Eurilynne Williams

Eurilynne A Williams

College Of Law - Instruction


Office Hours

College of Law-Room #335B
Faculty 3rd floor

Program Assistant is Iana Hair, Phone:  (407) 254-4022,

Current Semester Schedule

LAW 6782-6217-301 Intro to Analytical Skills II: Friday - 1:00pm - 2:15pm

About Me

Eurilynne Anise Williams serves as Interim Director and Associate Instructor of Academic Success & Bar Preparation (ASBP) at FAMU College of Law. She oversees the administration and operations of the ASBP Department, including the design and implementation of curriculum for first year and upper-level critical skills courses. She teaches Introduction to Analytical Skills I and II, and Advanced Analytical Skills, which she has taught in a live instruction setting and via online, asynchronous delivery. Professor Williams also manages the Resources for Increasing Success on Exams (R.I.S.E.) Program for the biannual administrations of the bar exam. The program provides graduates with access to supplemental bar preparation resources and tutoring. Professor Williams conducts bar examination preparedness workshops covering the Multistate Bar Exam, Florida Essay Exam and Multistate Performance Tests, and offers advising on the strategic use of bar preparation resources.

Professor Williams demonstrates her embrace of FAMU College of Law’s mission through her research and presentations that amplify methods for supporting underprepared and underperforming law students to success, and strategies for enhancing law students’ writing. She has frequently been invited to share her presentations at national conferences hosted by the Association of Academic Support Educators (AASE) and the Legal Writing Institute (LWI), and AccessLex. Professor Williams’ passion for developing a pipeline of future legal professionals is evidenced by her involvement in local public school TEACH-IN events, law school recruitment activities including teaching in the Legal Scholars Summer Program, and through her service on the AASE Diversity Committee’s Adopt-A-School initiative.

Before joining FAMU’s faculty, Professor Williams dedicated eight years to public and private law practice. As a Senior Attorney with the State of Florida Guardian Ad Litem Program in the 18th Judicial Circuit, she had the privilege of advocating for the best interests of Florida’s children. Her private practice focused on litigating family law, guardianship, adoption, and dependency cases, building on the foundation she established as an associate with the Office of Criminal Conflict and Civil Regional Counsel, 5th District.

Professor Williams graduated Cum Laude with a Juris Doctor from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University College of Law where she served as Business Managing Editor of Law Review and Secretary of Moot Court Board. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of West Florida. Professor Williams is admitted to practice in Florida State Courts and in the US District Court, Middle District of Florida, and is a member of the American Bar Association, and the Association of Academic Support Educators.

Areas of Interest

  • Bar Exam Success
  • Educational Psychology and Pedagogy for Underperforming Students
  • Family Law
  • Juvenile Law


  • Juris Doctor, Cum Laude - 2007
    Florida A&M University College of Law, Orlando, Florida
  • B.A. Legal Studies / Pre-Law, 2003
    University of West Florida, Pensacola, Florida

Work History

  • Associate Instructor of Academic Success and Bar Preparation Aug. 2015 to present
    Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University, College of Law Orlando, FL

  • Interim Director, Academic Success and Bar Preparation October 2021 to present
  • Adjunct Professor 1/2015 to 4/2015
    Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University, College of Law Orlando, FL

  • Senior Program Attorney 8/2011 to 7/2015
    State of Florida Guardian Ad Litem Program, 18th Judicial Circuit Sanford, FL

  • Adjunct Professor 8/2013 to 12/2013
    Seminole State College, Legal Studies Department Sanford, FL

  • Attorney (Sole Practitioner) 10/07 to 8/2012
    Law Office of Eurilynne A. Williams Lake Mary, FL

  • Assistant Regional Conflict Counsel (Part-Time) 11/07 to 10/09
    Office of the Criminal Conflict and Civil Regional Counsel, 5th District Sanford, FL

Academic Accomplishments

  • Professionals in Legal Education Developing Greater Equity (P.L.E.D.G.E.) Fellow - June 2022 to Dec. 2023


  • Professional Development Capstone Research Project – Evaluating the ASAP Intervention at Florida A&M University College of Law


  • AccessLex and Southern Education Foundation PLEDGE Fellowship Grant


  • Lifework Leadership Development Program Graduate - 2021-2022


  • Lifework Leadership Orlando


  • Supervisory Bootcamp Participant - Spring 2021


  • Florida A&M University’s Organizational Development & Training


  • Outstanding Faculty Award from Class of 2022 – Florida A&M University College of Law Student Bar Association – May 2022


  • Women of Distinction Honoree - Valencia College, Bridges to Success Program - March 2018


Courses Taught At FAMU

  •  LAW 6780-3719-301 Intro to Analytical Skills I

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