Collins & Lacy, P.C. is pleased to announce James Williams has joined the firm’s Columbia office. Williams is an associate practicing in the area of construction law.
Prior to embarking on his legal career, Jamie worked in the construction industry where he gained hands-on experience and knowledge related to issues that often arise in construction litigation. Jamie also performed commercial and residential real estate title work. Following graduation from law school, Jamie began his legal career representing national and regional financial institutions in matters involving collection, foreclosure, and loss-mitigation.
“Jamie clerked for Collins & Lacy while he was still attending law school,” said Scott Wallinger, chair of the firm’s Management Committee. “We are excited to now have him join our Construction team and know his professionalism and knowledge of the field will only elevate his legal career that much more.”
Williams, who is a native of Columbia, South Carolina, received his undergraduate degree from Presbyterian College and his Juris Doctor from the University of South Carolina School of Law, cum laude.
“After being fortunate enough to clerk here at Collins & Lacy,” said Williams, “I jumped at the chance to be part of this team as I know first-hand just how talented and well-versed these attorneys are, and I am proud to join the Collins & Lacy family.”
About Collins & Lacy, P.C.
Collins & Lacy is a defense litigation firm in South Carolina that delivers valuable legal representation for their clients through solid preparation, thorough execution, and client-oriented service aimed at success. With many offices throughout the state, including Columbia, South Carolina, the firm represents local, regional and national clients in the areas of construction, employment law, hospitality/retail and entertainment law, insurance/bad faith, products liability, professional liability, commercial transportation and workers’ compensation.
Collins & Lacy, P.C. is a member of the International Society of Primerus Law Firms.