Kahlil Williams is a litigation associate who represents companies and individuals in complex commercial litigation, government and internal investigations, and regulatory proceedings. He also helps his clients develop policies and procedures to improve their compliance with federal anti-corruption, false claims, and anti-money laundering (AML) statutes. Prior to joining Ballard Spahr, Kahlil worked for a major international firm in New York City.
Prior to law school, Kahlil worked as a Policy Analyst for The Brennan Center for Justice, where he researched and advocated on issues relating to partisan redistricting and gerrymandering, restrictive voter ID laws, campaign finance reform and electoral competition, and the restoration of voting rights to individuals with felony convictions. Prior to the Brennan Center, Kahlil served as a Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Fellow at the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc., where he assisted the organization's efforts to reauthorize expiring provisions of the Voting Rights Act.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kahlil C. Williams