|Thomas W. Wills|
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|Superior Court of Monterey County, California|
|Title: || Judge|
|Appointed by: || Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger|
|Active: || 2008-2017|
|Preceded by: || Jose A. Velasquez|
|Past post: || Partner, Wills & Benoit|
|Past term: || 1998-2008|
|Past post 2: || Attorney then partner, Bryan, Ames, Wills & Benoit|
|Past term 2: || 1982-1998|
|Party: || Democratic|
|Undergraduate: || Fordham University|
|Law School: || Monterey College of Law|
Thomas W. Wills is a judge for the Superior Court of Monterey County in California. He was appointed by former governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in May 2008 to succeed Jose A. Velasquez. Wills won re-election unopposed in 2010 and his current term will expire in 2017.
Wills received a bachelor's degree from Fordham University and a J.D. from Monterey College of Law.
- 2008-2017: Judge, Superior Court of Monterey County
- 1998-2008: Partner, Wills & Benoit
- 1982-1998: Attorney then partner, Bryan, Ames, Wills & Benoit
- 1980-1982: Associate, Ploda, Bryan & Ames
- 1979-1980: Sole practitioner