Katherine A. Williams
Florida State University College of Law, 2019
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2016; Bachelor of Arts in Peace, War, and Defense Studies; Minors in Biology and Medical Anthropology.
University of St. Andrews, 2015; Arabic, German, and Computer Programming
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, 2014; Mediterranean Politics, International Business, and Spanish
Ms. Williams has experience in property and casualty coverage disputes and personal injury litigation. During law school, Ms. Williams was a member of the Women’s Law Symposium and Student Bar Association. She served the school as a subciting reviser on the Florida State University College of Law Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law, Student Admissions Ambassador and new-student mentor, and executive board member of the International Law Students Association. She has prepared for her professional career with several internships and associateships, including positions with in-house counsel for a property and casualty insurer in Miami, in-house counsel for the United Soccer League’s corporate headquarters in Tampa, and a large personal injury defense firm in Tampa. Her desire to pursue insurance defense brought her to Orlando, where her practice at Wright, Fulford, Moorhead & Brown focuses primarily on construction litigation.
Florida Bar, 2020