A New Orleans native, Dominique received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from Loyola University New Orleans. After taking a gap year to move to Oakland, California, Dominique returned to New Orleans and continued her undergraduate education while also working full time to put herself through school.
Following her undergraduate education, Dominique went on to receive her Juris Doctor from Tulane University New Orleans, where she focused primarily on corporate and intellectual property law. During law school, Dominique demonstrated her ability to balance her coursework with extracurriculars. Ms. Williams served as a member of Tulane’s Black Law Student’s Association Mock Trial Team, on which she competed both at a regional and national level. Ms. Williams also served as a member of Tulane’s Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property. Ms. Williams’ article, Problem Solved: Is the Fintech Era Uprooting Decades of Discriminatory Lending Practices?, in which she took a deep dive into the relationship between artificial intelligence and alternative lending, was published in Volume 23 of the Journal.
Ms. Williams is new to the Dallas area, and enjoys shopping, trying different foods, and traveling in her spare time.
- Commercial Litigation
- Intellectual Property
- Intellectual Property Litigation
- Texas Bar
- J.D, Tulane University Law School (2018-2021)
- Bachelor of Science in Finance, Loyola University New Orleans (2013~2018)
“Problem Solved?: Is the Fintech Era Uprooting Decades-Long Discriminatory Lending Practices?” -Tulane Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property-