Mollie Williams

Attorney Sacramento

Mollie Williams rejoined Pacific Legal Foundation’s Sacramento office in 2018 after completing a summer clerkship in 2017. As the daughter of a small business owner, Mollie’s passion for advancing liberty has only grown since starting her legal career. Mollie practices across PLF’s litigation areas including economic liberty, equal protection under the law, property rights, and the First Amendment.

Mollie holds a B.A. in Political Science and Human Rights from Southern Methodist University and earned her J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law. During law school, she was a staff editor on the Texas Review of Law and Politics, served on the board of the Texas Federalist Society, and was Vice President of Texas Law Fellowships, a nonprofit organization that sponsors fellowships for students who work in public interest.

Outside of work, Mollie enjoys cooking, cycling, and checking out the latest foodie spots.

Legacy Medical Transport, LLC and Phillip Truesdell v. Adam Meier, et al.

Family fights crony “Competitor’s Veto” law

Phillip Truesdell and his family launched Legacy Medical Transport in 2017 with one ambulance and high hopes of thriving in the wake of job losses. Their hard work paid off—today, their non-emergency ambulance company in Aberdeen, Ohio, has grown to seven vehicles. Located just miles from the Kentucky border, the company often takes clients from ...

Connecticut Parents Union v. Wentzell

Race-based quotas in Connecticut schools hurt Black and Hispanic students

Each year, world-class magnet schools in Connecticut deny admission to thousands of deserving children while leaving available seats empty—because of skin color. State law requires magnet schools’ enrollment to be at least 25 percent white or Asian. This means Black and Hispanic students are turned away if their admission would push minorit ...

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April 22, 2019

Why a major Clean Water Act regulation is unconstitutionally broad

The Clean Water Act protects the navigable waters of the United States. One of the ways it does this is by prohibiting the discharge of pollutants to these waters. These are important aims, but the current definition of "navigable waters" is unconstitutionally broad. This overbroad definition means that ordinary activities like farming, digging pon ...

February 20, 2019

All students deserve a quality education—no matter the color of their skin

Students are being turned away from some of Connecticut's best schools simply because they have the wrong skin color. Connecticut law caps Black and Hispanic student enrollment at its world-class magnet schools at no more than 75%. This blatant racial quota is an unconstitutional outgrowth of a lawsuit involving Hartford schools. The Connecticut Ge ...

January 25, 2019

Kentucky law stifles ambulance competition and hurts emergency care

Originally published in the Courier-Journal, January 25, 2019. In Kentucky, six counties, each with more than 50,000 residents, have just one ambulance service. In a medical emergency, time is of the essence — but a lack of ambulance providers threatens to prevent the residents of these counties from getting timely emergency care. Welcome to the ...

October 11, 2018

PLF supports en banc rehearing of Ninth Circuit ruling in compelled disclosure law challenge

We filed an amicus brief in the Ninth Circuit supporting en banc rehearing in the case of Americans for Prosperity Foundation v. Becerra. We argue that the panel's decision to uphold California's donor disclosure law invites donor harassment, undermines free speech, and harms nonprofits nationwide. We urge the court to reconsider this case because ...