Blaise Williams has a broad-based litigation practice, primarily focusing on complex commercial and civil litigation. Blaise has represented individual and corporate clients in matters involving business torts, construction, securities, intellectual property, partnership and LLC disputes, ESOP plans, defamation, breach of contract, fiduciary duties, premises and product liability, toxic torts, employment law issues, and serious personal injuries. Blaise brings a unique approach to the practice of law, zealously advocating for his clients in a strategic and often innovative manner to obtain the best possible outcome. As a result, Blaise regularly achieves expectation-exceeding results for his clients.
Blaise is a graduate of South Texas College of Law, where he graduated in the top 5% of his class and was recognized with several honors, including Magna Cum Laude, Order of Lytae, and Dean’s List. During law school, Blaise was a varsity advocate for South Texas College of Law’s nationally acclaimed advocacy program, where he competed in numerous moot court and mock trial competitions. In addition to winning the best advocate award at his first moot court competition, Blaise won an intramural mock trial championship, a regional moot court championship, and a national moot court championship.
As a result, Blaise was honored with the Dean’s Outstanding Advocate Award and inducted into The Order of Barristers. Blaise continues to be involved with South Texas College of Law as a coach for varsity appellate advocacy teams, working with students to prepare them for competition in national tournaments. Blaise completed his undergraduate education at Texas A&M University, where he received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a major in Business Management and was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon.