Staci Williams for Judge

Staci Williams for Judge Staci Williams Is Judge of the 101st Civil District Court

Growing up in Dallas, I graduated from The Hockaday School. I attended Smith College in Massachusetts, where I graduated with a degree in Economics and Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., where I obtained my law degree. I eventually made my way back home to Dallas and have been serving my community in various capacities ever since. Some of my civic responsibilities have included serving on the Board of Trustees for The Hockaday School, Board of Directors for Dispute Mediation Service, Inc., Board of Directors for S.A.A.V.E.D., Community Advisory Board for North Texas Volunteer Center, and as Chair/Co-Chair and/or member of various committees for the Dallas Bar Association and the J.L. Turner Legal Association. My legal experience spans 27 years in various fields of law, including corporate counsel positions in the defense telecommunications and retail industries; trial attorney and administrative judge for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission; Counsel, U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee; arbitrator panel member for U.S. Postal Service, Dallas Area Rapid Transit, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service and NASD/FINRA; Municipal Court Judge, City of Dallas; as well as private law practice involving personal injury, commercial transactions/litigation and employment disputes.

Staci Williams is fair and dedicated to progress. She is determined to improve your judicial process with fairness and efficiency as your next 101st judge. My comprehensive history would enable me to address legal issues across a broad spectrum so that the fairest decision would be made as your next Judge for the 101st District Court. The people of Dallas deserve a Judge who is impartial and even-handed so that everyone is treated equally under the law. I believe that I am the best candidate for the 101st District Court Judge. It would be a great privilege and honor to serve the citizens of Dallas County as Judge of the 101st District Court.

10/20/2018
Staci Williams for Judge

Staci Williams for Judge

It's an honor to serve my county. Remember, early voting runs Monday, October 22, 2018 – Friday, November 2, 2018 #Staci4judge

10/20/2018
Staci Williams for Judge

Staci Williams for Judge

It's an honor to serve my county. Remember, early voting runs Monday, October 22, 2018 – Friday, November 2, 2018 #Staci4judge

10/18/2018
It's my honor to serve!

It's an honor to serve my county. Remember, early voting runs Monday, October 22, 2018 – Friday, November 2, 2018 #Staci4judge

Great event tonight sponsored by the Preston Hollow Democrats. Thank you for allowing me to share my story regarding the...
10/12/2018

Great event tonight sponsored by the Preston Hollow Democrats.
Thank you for allowing me to share my story regarding the 10 month frivolous and expensive legal challenge my opponent and the Dallas County Republican Party UNSUCCESSFULLY waged against me. Thank goodness the law was followed and that my Republican Judges on the trial court and appellate levels did not legislate from the bench even though my opponent and the Dallas County Republican Party urged them to do so. I had a brilliant and hardworking legal team consisting of Anthony Farmer, former Chief Justice of the Texas Supreme Court Thomas Philips, Tex Quesada, and Mark Gaber. I had to pay my legal fees from my campaign funds . Please Early Vote and vote for me!

10/06/2018
10/06/2018
Register to vote this weekend at the Dallas County Elections Department  on Stemmons Freeway .
10/06/2018

Register to vote this weekend at the Dallas County Elections Department on Stemmons Freeway .

This is the easiest and fastest way to register vote! You can REGISTER now!
09/25/2018

This is the easiest and fastest way to register vote! You can REGISTER now!

Here at the Dallas Pride Festival. Join us until7 pm.Judge Staci is involved in all communities !
09/15/2018

Here at the Dallas Pride Festival. Join us until
7 pm.Judge Staci is involved in all communities !

08/06/2018
Citizens' Civil Academy

For more details and to register www.ccadallas.com.

LAST SESSION of 2018 Summer Sessions

The Citizens’ Civil Academy, a FREE and NON-Partisan program travels to the Polk Wisdom Branch Library, 7151 Library Lane, Dallas, 75232 on Sunday, August 12 at 1:30 p.m.
Join us for a fast- paced, fun course about the civil court system.
Find out about the best kept legal resource secrets in Dallas County. For more details and to register, www.ccadallas . com. All ages are welcome.

This is my Judicial Outreach Program. I have been conducting the program since the  Fall of 2015. Please join us for the...
08/01/2018

This is my Judicial Outreach Program. I have been conducting the program since the Fall of 2015. Please join us for the “ Summer School “ edition.

The Citizens’ Civil Academy, a FREE and NON-Partisan program, travels to the downtown Dallas Central Library, J. Erik Jonsson , 1515 Young Street on Sunday, August 5 at 1:30 pm. Join us for a fast paced, fun course about the civil court system. Find out about the best kept legal resource secrets in Dallas County. For more details and to register, www.ccadallas . com. All ages are welcome.

Children normally do not appear in my court. But when they do, I try to make themfeel comfortable . This young man was e...
07/16/2018

Children normally do not appear in my court. But when they do, I try to make them
feel comfortable . This young man was excited to see the Judge’s bench. It takes a village.

04/25/2018
04/14/2018
Montgomery Law

Another trial in the 101st District Court. We try cases in the 101st!

Montgomery Law Gets Clients 1.6 Million Dollar Jury Verdict in 101st District Court Judge Staci Williams

Happy to bring Jury Trial Justice to our clients! PR & JE.JR.

Money can never replaced what’s lost, but Gross Negligence in a civil case can be harder to prove than beyond reasonable doubt in a criminal case, due to the mind state elements.

CNA Insurance offered minimal 💰 on a 1 million dollar policy. We were in front of the honorable @Staci Williams 101st District Court

Judge Staci Williams ran a fair and impartial trial. What a solid Judge. Multiple Jurors wanted a picture with her afterwards. Thank you

Thank you: Cori Ram, Lisa Dukes, Adriana Gamon, Ibrahim Montgomery, David A. David, Hiawatha Daughtery, Jasmine Crockett, Amanda Mandie Payton Judge Dale Tillery, Lane Addison, Damien Reynolds. Marina Mares Esther Medina Salinas Lindsey GarciaBreanna Breana Robledo

Lets Start Giving Foundation
03/17/2018

Lets Start Giving Foundation

Today LSGF would like to salute the winner of the Democratic Primary for 101st Civil District Court, Judge Staci Williams. Judge Williams has been serving her community in various capacities. Some of her services have included serving on the Board of Trustees for The Hockaday School, Board of Directors for Dispute Mediation Service, Inc., Board of Directors for S.A.A.V.E.D., Community Advisory Board for North Texas Volunteer Center, and as Chair/Co-Chair and/or member of various committees for the Dallas Bar Association and the J.L. Turner Legal Association.

Judge Williams was also a proud sponsor of the Lets Start Giving Foundation 2017 Inaugural Gala. She is an inspiration to young women all over. She's working to make great strides in the judicial system here in her hometown of Dallas, TX.

For more information about Judge Staci Williams please visit www.staciwilliamsforjudge.com

We thank you for your support we salute you Staci Williams for Judge

Photo taken at the LSGF 2017 Gala

At  Mount Zion Baptist Church . Campaign workers have been relegated to an area with locked gates and no way to reach vo...
03/06/2018

At Mount Zion Baptist Church . Campaign workers have been relegated to an area with locked gates and no way to reach voters!see how far away we are!

03/03/2018

Decided to vote tonight... line is 50 people deep at 6:24 pm

Ok so today it is raining , but make plans to vote on Saturday afternoon or on Sunday afternoon. For voting locations pl...
02/23/2018

Ok so today it is raining , but make plans to vote on Saturday afternoon or on Sunday afternoon. For voting locations please visit
www. Dallascountyvotes.org

01/27/2018
Coffee and Politics 101

We are finalizing plans for the Spring 2018 session. Details will be announced on www.ccadallas.com!

Civil law and what citizens need to know with Judge Staci Williams. #civilsourt #civillaw #dallascounty #judge

01/13/2018

@ the Lancaster Martin Luther King Parade!

#2018LancasterMLK
#2018MLKparade

Register to vote ...TODAY!
01/02/2018

Register to vote ...TODAY!

Filing Out and Mailing Your Own Voter Registration White Card
1. Complete the Required Information
2. Mail the Pre-Stamped & Addressed White Card To Dallas County Elections Immediately

01/01/2018

Happy New Year! As we say goodbye to 2017, I wanted to take a BRIEF a trip down memory lane. Being a judge is not just going to work everyday, but being an active member of the community. The Citizens' Civil Academy was held 3 times in different parts of Dallas County: The Cooper Hotel and Conference Center , the Museum of International Cultures and the Grauwyler Park Branch Library. I participated in numerous parades and other events. My Court donated 202 pairs of flip flops for the Houston hurricane victims and my Court donated 101 cans of Wolf Brand Chili to the North Texas Food Bank for Thanksgiving. I encouraged the younger members of our society that their dreams can come true. Thank you for the opportunity to serve you in 2017 and I look forward to your support not only in the primary in March 2018 but also in the General Election in November 2018.

Montgomery Law
11/29/2017

Montgomery Law

Judge Williams letting our client and future Judge Jr. get a view of what goes on behind the bench. #judgestaciwilliams Staci Williams for Judge

The 101st District Court celebrates Thanksgiving by donating 101 cans of Wolf Brand Chili to the North Texas Food Bank!#...
11/23/2017

The 101st District Court celebrates Thanksgiving by donating 101 cans of Wolf Brand Chili to the North Texas Food Bank!
#101st Court
#North Texas Food Bank
#Thanksgiving2017
#GeorgeAllenCourtsBuilding

11/08/2017

Live! From The Pelican House Restaurant, it's Judge Staci Williams!!!

Going live within 15 minutes from our Mardi Gras fundraiser. Tune in!
11/08/2017

Going live within 15 minutes from our Mardi Gras fundraiser. Tune in!

Mardi Gras fundraiser about to kick off!
11/07/2017

Mardi Gras fundraiser about to kick off!

09/17/2017
#DallasPride 2017 parade team!
09/17/2017

#DallasPride 2017 parade team!

09/17/2017

#DallasPride 2017!!!

Citizens' Civil Academy!
08/07/2017

Citizens' Civil Academy!

Time to Celebrate! Announcing the Fall 2017 Citizens'Civil Academy
September 9, 16 and 23 in Duncanville at the Museum of International Cultures!

Details and Register: www.ccadallas.com

08/05/2017
WHAT? with Shonny & Dr. Catrina

WHAT? with Shonny & Dr. Catrina

A Night of Celebration with the Lady General Circuit Court Judge Staci Williams K.C. Fox DrTrina Visioncoach L Shonny DeBouse-Young

Today, I get to be a star!
08/04/2017

Today, I get to be a star!

Even after putting in a full day at the courthouse, my fellow judges Andrea  Martin, Kim Cooks, Ingrid Warren and Magist...
08/02/2017

Even after putting in a full day at the courthouse, my fellow judges Andrea
Martin, Kim Cooks, Ingrid Warren and Magistrate Lela Mayes attended this evening's
Dallas NAACP meeting. It was invigorating to see Citizens so engaged.

Judge Staci Williams was sworn in on January 1, 2015, as Judge of the 101st District Court. Judge Williams seeks to ensu...
07/26/2017

Judge Staci Williams was sworn in on January 1, 2015, as Judge of the 101st District Court. Judge Williams seeks to ensure that the 101st District Court is the Court of Choice for all parties, attorneys and citizens. She is dedicated to improving your judicial process with fairness and efficiency.

In September 2015, Judge Williams created the Citizens’ Civil Academy (“CCA”) to educate Dallas County citizens about the civil court system. The CCA explores the types of cases heard in the civil courts and what happens to a case from the time the case is filed until it is disposed. CCA’s goal is to provide citizens with a better understanding not only of the civil court system but also the inner workings of the George L. Allen, Sr. Courts Building.

Citizens Civil Academy is free to participants (costs are absorbed by Judge Williams’ campaign funds) and offered twice a year, in the spring and fall.

The CCA has been held in the following locations throughout Dallas County:

* Fall 2015- George L. Allen, Sr. Courts Building

* Spring 2016- West Dallas Community Church

* Fall 2016- Highland Hills Library

* Spring 2017- Cooper Hotel and Conference Center



Prior to assuming the bench, Judge Williams had over 10 years judicial experience and over 27 year legal career including:

* Judicial Clerkship in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

* In-house counsel positions with corporations in the defense, telecommunications and retail industries.

* Trial Attorney and Administrative Judge with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

* Arbitrator for NASD/FINRA, U.S. Postal Service, Dallas Area Rapid Transit “DART”, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service , “FMCS”

* Counsel, U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee

* Municipal Court Judge, City of Dallas

* Private practice handling employment, commercial, business, personal injury, and criminal matters.



Judge Williams is a graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, DC, Smith College in Northampton, MA where she a participated in the American Economics Associations’ Summer Program at Yale University, and The Hockaday School in Dallas, Texas.



Judge Williams’ has been steadfastly involved in and supportive of the Dallas County community:She has served on the Board of Trustees for The Hockaday School, Board of Directors for Dispute Mediation Service, Inc., Board of Directors for S.A.A.V.E.D., Community Advisory Board for North Texas Volunteer Center, and as Chair/Co-Chair and/or member of various committees for the Dallas Bar Association and the J.L. Turner Legal Association. She regularly supports the North Texas Volunteer Center, the African American Museum, And the Mid-Cities and Dallas Chapter of the Links, Inc. as well as the scholarship foundations of the J.L. Turner Legal Association as well as the Hispanic Bar Association and the Asian Pacific Bar Association.

07/04/2017

In Irving at the Irving Fourth of July Parade withJudge Lela Mays , candidateTerry Meza and host of good Democrats from Irving.

Celebrating  Guy' Grocery Challenge at Smokey John's BBQ. Honored to see the second generation continuing the family bus...
07/03/2017

Celebrating Guy' Grocery Challenge at Smokey John's BBQ. Honored to see the second generation continuing the family business

An elevator moment with LEGAL GIANT  and former District Court Judge Mary Ellen Hicks!
07/01/2017

An elevator moment with LEGAL GIANT and former District Court Judge Mary Ellen Hicks!

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