Meredith Will earned a Bachelor of Arts in English literature from Louisiana State University in 2014, graduating summa cum laude and with College Honors. She then attended the University of South Carolina and received a Master of Arts in 2016, focusing on the English Renaissance stage. Afterward, she returned to Louisiana and earned a Juris Doctor from the Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center in 2020, graduating cum laude and receiving a Graduate Diploma in Comparative Law.
At LSU Law, Meredith served as Editor-in-Chief for Volume 80 of the Louisiana Law Review, leading the Volume 80 Board of Editors to produce legal scholarship focusing on comparative and civil law. She also served as an LSU Law Ambassador and externed with Chief Judge Shelly D. Dick at the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana.