Sharon Williams, a native of New Orleans, Louisiana, graduated from Louisiana State University at New Orleans in 1970 with a Bachelors degree in government, received a Certificate in Education from Loyola University New Orleans, and graduated from Loyola University College of Law in 1979. She was admitted to practice in Louisiana that same year. As a law student, Williams clerked for federal magistrate judge Ingard O. Johannesen. After graduation, she practiced law in St. Bernard Parish with the law offices of Tonry & Mumphrey. In 1983, she opened her own office, concentrating on family law.
She also served as treasurer and parliamentarian of the St. Bernard Parish Business and Professional Women and is the immediate past President of the St. Bernard Chapter of the Louisiana Federation of Republican Women. Recently, Williams received the Ruby Life Memorial Award for her tireless service and dedication to the St. Bernard Republic Women’s Club.
- Becker v. Dean, 854 So.2d 864
- State of Louisiana v. Marrero, 525 So.2d 203
- Arcement v. Cruz, 836 So.2d 314