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William C. (Bill) Little

Co-Founder and President

  • Bill is a 5th generation Texan whose Scot Irish ancestors settled in Texas in the mid-1800s.

  • Bill and his wife, April, live in New Braunfels. Together they have 3 beautiful daughters and a son.

  • Bill earned a BBA degree in business management from Texas A&M University and a law degree from Texas Tech University School of Law.

  • Bill has over 2 decades of experience as a Texas attorney advising big and small clients - including Fortune 500 companies, construction contractors, and small business owners. 

  • In his spare time, Bill enjoys hiking, camping, floating the river, and reading. 

  • Bill is also a business consultant. If you want to get organized, find your focus, and achieve higher levels of prosperity, let's connect and make it happen. 

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Curriculum Vitae



• Texas A&M University, BBA in Business Management

• Texas Tech University School of Law, Juris Doctor, magna cum laude


License and Court Admissions


• Licensed in the State of Texas

• US. Supreme Court

• US. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

• US. District Court - Northern District of Texas

• US. District Court - Southern District of Texas

• US. District Court - Eastern District of Texas

• US. District Court - Western District of Texas


Professional Development


• Mediation and Dispute Resolution Training

• Elite litigation training at the IADC and TADC Trial Academies

• Officer's Council, State Bar Appellate Section (2012-2020)

• Co Editor-in-Chief, The Appellate Advocate (2012 to 2015)


Honors and Recognition


• Highest Rating AV Preeminent® by Martindale-Hubbell

• Selected as “Texas Super Lawyer” (2013 to 2015) by Thomson Reuters 

• Selected as “Texas Rising Star” (2008 to 2012) by Thomson Reuters 

• Order of the Coif (top 10% of law school graduating class)


Publications & Presentations


• Transformational Law in an “Artificial” World: The Impact of AI on the Legal Profession,” August 2023 (CLE accredited)

Contractor's Guide to the Galaxy: Perfecting M&M Liens (2020, 2023)

• Strategic Use of Writs of Mandamus, Appellate Law seminar, 2015 (CLE accredited)

• Mandatory E-Filing Has Arrived (Again): Tips and Traps for the Unwary, Jefferson County Bar Journal, Summer 2014 (awarded “Stars of Texas Bars Award” for best news article, 2015)

• New Requirements for Appellate Filings and Tips for Surviving in Today’s Electronic Briefing Jungle, Appellate Law seminar, 2013 (CLE accredited)

• Fifth Circuit Civil Appellate Update, 21 App. Advoc. 212 (Spring 2009)

• Recent Developments in the Federal Rules of Evidence, Federal Court Practice seminar, State Bar of Texas, 2006 (CLE accredited)

• The Appellate Process: Getting to Oral Argument, 2003 (CLE accredited)


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