William C. Little
Co-Founder and Managing Partner
William C. (Bill) Little is is a 5th generation Texan whose Scot Irish ancestors arrived in Texas in the mid-1800s.
Bill married his wife, April, while a student at Texas A&M University. Together they have 3 beautiful daughters and a son.
Bill earned a business degree from Texas A&M University and a law degree from Texas Tech University School of Law.
Bill has over 20 years 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, and serving in his church. He also enjoys studying American Revolutionary War and WWII history.
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.
• 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
• 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
• Contractor's Guide to the Galaxy: Perfecting M&M Liens (2020)
• 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)