Ali Williams is a trial and appellate litigation attorney with experience representing Texas public school districts.
Prior to practicing law, she worked as the Special Assistant to Baylor’s 14th President and Chancellor, Judge Ken Starr.
B.B.A., Baylor University
J.D., Baylor Law School
- Student Bar Association, Executive President
- Leadership Development Fellow
U.S. District Courts for the Eastern, Northern, Southern, and Western Districts of Texas
- Assisted in all stages of litigation, including drafting dispositive briefing, guiding clients through the discovery process, and preparing for trial
- Advised governmental entities regarding compliance with the Public Information Act and the Texas Open Meetings Act
- Represented Texas public school districts, charter schools, and other institutions in federal and state court litigation regarding employment matters, disability discrimination, constitutional issues, and Title IX claims
- Advocated on behalf of school districts in special education due process hearings and other administrative proceedings
- Advised school administrators on adherence to Title IX regulations, including completing investigations and documenting reports
- Tarrant County Bar Association
- Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association
- Junior League of Fort Worth
- Eldon B. Mahon Inn of Court