Taylor N. Williams

Attorney

taylor.williams@wdtc.law

501-850-7154

Taylor grew up in North Little Rock, Arkansas, where he attended North Little Rock High School, graduating with honors. In high school, Taylor participated in theatre and debate. He received multiple top speaker awards for Duet Acting and Duet Improvisation. Taylor then attended Hendrix College, where he graduated in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts in History and a minor in Political Science.

Taylor then attended the University of Arkansas William H. Bowen School of Law, graduating magna cum laude in 2018. In law school, Taylor served as Executive Editor of the Law Review Editorial Board. His law review article, A Formal Exercise of Governmental Corruption: Applying the “Stream of Benefits” Theory to the Federal Bribery Statute, was published in 2017. He received top paper awards in Secured Transactions, Contracts I, Research, Writing, & Analysis, Specialized Legal Research, Jurisprudence, and Insurance Law.

Taylor joined the firm in 2018. He enjoys spending time with his fiancée, Stephanie, who is also an attorney. They live in Little Rock with their dog, Daisy, who is Taylor’s pride and joy. In their free time, they enjoy playing trivia with their friends, watching Netflix and movies, and enjoying Little Rock’s fine dining.


Arkansas, 2018

United States District Court, Arkansas, Eastern & Western Districts

U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit

United States Supreme Court

University of Arkansas at Little Rock (J.D., magna cum laude, 2018)

Executive Editor, University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review 2017-18

Hendrix College (B.A., History, minor Political Science 2014)

Legal Assistant

Leslie Thompson

leslie.thompson@wdtc.law

501-850-7152

Taylor grew up in North Little Rock, Arkansas, where he attended North Little Rock High School, graduating with honors. In high school, Taylor participated in theatre and debate. He received multiple top speaker awards for Duet Acting and Duet Improvisation. Taylor then attended Hendrix College, where he graduated in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts in History and a minor in Political Science.

Taylor then attended the University of Arkansas William H. Bowen School of Law, graduating magna cum laude in 2018. In law school, Taylor served as Executive Editor of the Law Review Editorial Board. His law review article, A Formal Exercise of Governmental Corruption: Applying the “Stream of Benefits” Theory to the Federal Bribery Statute, was published in 2017. He received top paper awards in Secured Transactions, Contracts I, Research, Writing, & Analysis, Specialized Legal Research, Jurisprudence, and Insurance Law.

Taylor joined the firm in 2018. He enjoys spending time with his fiancée, Stephanie, who is also an attorney. They live in Little Rock with their dog, Daisy, who is Taylor’s pride and joy. In their free time, they enjoy playing trivia with their friends, watching Netflix and movies, and enjoying Little Rock’s fine dining.


Arkansas, 2018

United States District Court, Arkansas, Eastern & Western Districts

U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit

United States Supreme Court

University of Arkansas at Little Rock (J.D., magna cum laude, 2018)

Executive Editor, University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review 2017-18

Hendrix College (B.A., History, minor Political Science 2014)

Arkansas and Pulaski County Bar Associations

Mid-South Super Lawyers® selected to Rising Stars list 2022

Top Paper Award:

• Contracts I
• RWA II
• Specialized Legal Research
• Secured Transactions
• Jurisprudence
• Insurance Law


Primerica Life Ins. Co. v. Woodall,
38 F.4th 724 (2022)

Quinn v. Travelers Indem. Co.,
2022 Ark. App. 67, 641 S.W.3d 14 (2022)

Dowden, Tr. of Est. of Hugh Dana Huchingson v. Cornerstone Nat'l Ins. Co.,
11 F.4th 866 (8th Cir. 2021)