Jennifer Boston Williams
Jennifer Boston Williams is a native of Jacksonville who attended Florida Coastal School of Law and graduated in 2010, magna cum laude. She also received a Family Law Certificate while in law school, signifying her increased focus in all areas of this emotional field. The certificate required a certain GPA, plus 15 credit hours in family law-related courses, as well as completing the Advanced Legal Writing Requirement in family law. While in law school, Ms. Williams earned book awards in Trusts and Estates and Interviewing and Counseling. Book awards are given for earning the highest grade in the class. She likewise served as a Research Assistant to Professor Christopher Roederer in the areas of Victims Rights and Transitional Justice, and in Statutory Interpretation in Florida.
Ms. Williams’ undergraduate degrees include a bachelor in science in psychology, cum laude, and a bachelor of arts in political science, cum laude, both from the University of Florida.
Ms. Williams began working with the firm as a law clerk in 2007 and was promoted to associate upon being sworn in to the Florida Bar in September 2010.
Ms. Williams comes from a very close-knit family and is dedicated to helping her clients as they navigate the emotionally challenging processes of family, adoption, and dependency law.
- J.D., magna cum laude, Florida Coastal School of Law
- B.S., Psychology, cum laude, University of Florida
- B.A., Political Science, cum laude, University of Florida
- Florida State Courts
- The Florida Bar
- Florida Family Law American Inn of Court Barrister and Historian on the Executive Board (2017-2018)
- Jacksonville Bar Association Adoption Law Committee Chair
- Collaborative Family Law Group of Northeast Florida Chair of Programs and Training
- Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association
- Jacksonville Bar Association (Family and Children Section, see below)