Craig L. Williams

Of Counsel

Craig L. Williams is of counsel to Klausner, Kaufman, Jensen & Levinson. Craig was born in Shreveport, Louisiana on August 10, 1972 and was admitted to the Louisiana Bar in 2001. He graduated from Louisiana State University- Shreveport in 1997 with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and from Loyola University School of Law in 2000. During undergraduate work, he worked full-time as a patrol officer for the Bossier City Police Department. During law school, Mr. Williams clerked for the Louisiana Supreme Court Office of the Judicial Administrator. After graduation from law school, Mr. Williams clerked for The Honorable Judge John L. Peytavin of the 23rd Judicial District Court for the State of Louisiana. Mr. Williams is an avid supporter of the National D-Day Museum in New Orleans. He is a charter member of both the International House of Blues Foundation and the New Orleans Arena Club. Mr. Williams is a member of the New Orleans and Louisiana State Bar Associations. The focus of his practice is in the areas of business transactions and commercial litigation.

Education

  • Louisiana State University Shreveport, B.A., Criminal Justice, 1997
  • Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, J.D., 2000

Admission

  • Louisiana Bar, 2001

Clerkship

  • Louisiana Supreme Court Office of the Judicial Administrator
  • The Honorable Judge John L. Peytavin of the 23rd Judicial District Court for the State of Louisiana

Membership

  • New Orleans and Louisiana State Bar Associations

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