Damian N. Williams


  • location icon Dallas, TX
    2100 Ross Avenue
    Dallas, TX 75201

Damian Williams is an associate in the Dallas office of Lewis Brisbois and a member of the General Liability Practice. His practice covers commercial litigation, insurance matters, products liability, and transportation. Damian is a trial lawyer who uses his extensive experience in and out of the courtroom to represent a diverse client base. He is experienced in all phases of litigation from inception to jury verdict.

Damian started his career at the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office. Damian litigated the highest level of felony crimes. Prior to joining Lewis Brisbois, Damian practiced law as in-house trial counsel at a Fortune 500 insurance company where he obtained jury verdicts in his clients’ favor, including multiple no-negligence findings and take-nothing judgments. He understands the importance of detail-oriented representation. He has garnered the ability to resolve cases quickly, efficiently, and with particular attention to his clients’ needs.

Damian is an active member of the Dallas community. He proudly serves as a co-Chair for the Lawyers Against Domestic Violence Committee within the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers. Damian is also very active in his role as an alumnus of Washington University in St. Louis School of Law. He is a frequently invited guest-speaker on trial skills, the Texas legal market, and the transition from law school to the practice of law.

Personal Statement

Damian was raised in Southern California. During law school, he adopted the Chicago Bears and proudly follows his team from his home in Texas. He is also a dedicated college football and basketball fan. He follows the University of Southern California Trojans and the West Virginia Mountaineers.




  • State Bar of Texas
  • Dallas Bar Association
  • Dallas Association of Young Lawyers


Washington University in St. Louis School of Law

Juris Doctor, 2012

University of Southern California

Bachelor of Arts, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern History, 2007

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