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.

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.

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By Mollie Williams

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 … ›

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