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Mackenzie Williams

Mackenzie Williams graduated with honors and Order of the Coif from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 2007. After graduating, Williams served as staff attorney for the Honorable E. James Burke of the Wyoming Supreme Court for two years and followed that by serving one year each as a law clerk for the Honorable Alan B. Johnson and Honorable Nancy D. Freudenthal of the United States District Court for the District of Wyoming. Williams joined the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office in 2011. During that time, he has primarily represented the Department of Education, State Board of Education, Professional Teaching Standards Board as well as special projects as needed, though his practice has expanded considerably since becoming a supervisor in the Civil Division. Mackenzie volunteers as an attorney coach for the East High School mock trial team and was a founding board member of Legal Aid of Wyoming. Mackenzie also serves on the Wyoming Supreme Court’s Access to Justice Commission. He currently also serves as the Chair of the National Council of State Education Attorneys (NCOSEA).

Latest Contributions

NCOSEA Voice: Resolving Disputes without a Lawyer

By Mackenzie Williams

Resolving disputes requires careful attention to relationships and a willingness to work together.