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Terina M. Williams

Counsel   |   Torrance

As an accomplished employment defense attorney with over fourteen (14) years of legal practice, Terina is a trusted advocate for employers navigating complex workplace challenges. Holding a Juris Doctor degree from the University of California, Hasting College of the Law and an LL.M. in Taxation from Golden Gate University, Terina brings a wealth of diverse legal knowledge to the table. 

Having honed their skills in employment litigation for a decade, Terina is well versed in providing strategic counsel and representation to organizations facing legal disputes. Her experience at the Federal Aviation Administration, where she was a trusted and sought after authority (including training managers) on matters concerning reasonable (including medical and religious) accommodation, personnel and human resource policy, whistleblower protection, and diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA) initiatives, underscores her commitment to upholding the highest legal standards in the workplace while promoting a fair and inclusive work environment. Her in-depth knowledge and strategic approach have led to successful outcomes in complex and risky cases, making her a valuable asset for any employer faced with employment law matters.

Known for her keen attention to detail, proactive approach, and unwavering dedication to protecting clients’ interest, Terina is a beacon of light when faced with employment law challenges. Employers can rely on Terina to provide comprehensive legal guidance and effective defense strategies to safeguard their businesses in today’s ever-evolving legal landscape.

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