Mario Williams heads the law firm of Nexus Derechos Humanos, Inc, Attorneys for Civil and Human Rights. Mr. Williams has represented victims of government, police, and jail/prison misconduct throughout the United States and internationally. Mr. Williams has considerable litigation experience in the area of 42 U.S.C. Section 1983 federal actions, which includes First Amendment claims, Fourth Amendment claims, and Eighth Amendment claims; Title VII actions, which include employment discrimination claims; and whistle blower claims. Mr. Williams has also defended persons and companies who have been charged with violations by the U.S. Security and Exchange Commission, successfully closing a federal grand jury investigation against his client, as well as litigating cases on behalf of business owners defrauded by tax collection companies.
Mr. Williams graduated with honors from Morehouse College in Political Science and obtained his law degree at Lewis and Clark in Portland, Oregon. Prior to working as an attorney practicing civil and constitutional rights work, Mr. Williams was an international human rights advocate in South America, submitting Petitions to the Inter-American Human Rights Commission on behalf of vulnerable peoples; in fact, Mr. Williams authored a successful emergency precautionary measure petition before the Commission. He also worked with Consumer and Human rights organizations, to improve greater access to potable water, adequate housing and quality education. Mr. Williams served in Peace Corps in Honduras. As President of the firm, he oversees the nationwide team of attorneys who make up Nexus Derechos Humanos, Inc., Attorney for Civil and Human Rights.
He is currently licensed to practice in the States of Georgia, Virginia, and New York, and is admitted to practice in the U.S Supreme Court; Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals; Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, and numerous district courts.
Mr. Williams enjoys serving people and encourages you to contact him with your concerns.
Lewis & Clark Law School
U.S Supreme Court
Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals
Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, and Numerous District Courts