Mitch Williams is an attorney in Beasley Allen’s Consumer Fraud Section. In 2017, Mitch started as a law clerk in the Fraud Section and was hired as an attorney in 2019. He practices complex and business litigation, primarily focusing on consumer class actions.
Mitch is a member of the Alabama State Bar and the organization’s Young Lawyers Section. He is also a member of the Hugh Maddox Inns of Court and the American Association for Justice where he serves on the New Lawyer Division and Product Liability Section committees.
Mitch earned his Bachelor of Art degree from the University of Alabama. He received his Juris Doctor with Honors (cum laude) from Faulkner University Thomas Goode Jones School of Law. During law school, Mitch clerked for the Alabama Supreme Court and Beasley Allen. Mitch served as a senior editor of the Faulkner Law Review and won the J. Greg Allen Intra-School Mock Trial Competition. Mitch graduated law school cum laude and was on the Dean’s List all six semesters of law school. He was also a Walter Knabe scholar and received six CALI awards for achieving the top grade in the class.
Mitch is married to Katie Williams, a first-grade teacher at Brewbaker Primary school in Montgomery, Alabama. The couple have a black lab named Lady and enjoy exploring Montgomery and trying new restaurants on the weekends. Mitch and Katie attend Saint James United Method Church, in Montgomery.