Emily Williams is an associate attorney in the Downtown Los Angeles office, where she focuses her practice on Tort and Catastrophic Loss and Employment Law. Ms. Williams brings a well-rounded perspective to her practice, with experience in both Plaintiff and Defense lines of work.
Ms. Williams graduated in 2017 from Loyola Law School, where she was an editor for her school’s International and Comparative Law Review, authoring three published pieces for its Inter-American Court of Human Rights Project. During law school, Ms. Williams clerked with the consumer protection divisions of the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office and Federal Trade Commission as well as with an employment class action firm and participated in her school’s Veterans Justice Clinic. After law school, Ms. Williams attended the prestigious American Board of Trial Advocates Jack Daniels Trial School while working at a boutique Plaintiff’s personal injury firm.
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