Nina P. Williams

Nina P. Williams

Special Counsel

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Nina P. Williams serves as a general municipal attorney for various Colorado towns and Cities, and enjoys representing boards of adjustments, zoning boards of appeals and planning commissions as special counsel.  Nina began her legal career representing applicants and developers in all phases of the planning and development process, as well as numerous municipalities in Long Island, New York.  Prior to joining MDBR, Nina served as principal law clerk for the New York State Supreme Court, where she specialized in election law, open records, real estate and Article 78 appeals (New York’s equivalent to Rule 106 proceedings).

Nina also teaches a graduate course at the University of Colorado Denver, for the New Directions in Politics and Public Policy program, entitled “Planning and Development: Zoning, Local Government and Affordable Housing.” For more information about Nina and her professional contacts, search for “Nina P. Williams” on LinkedIn.


  • Saint John’s University School of Law, J.D., 2006
    Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Legal Commentary
  • Saint John’s University, Honors College, B.A., Government and Politics, summa cum laude, 2003

Bar Admissions

  • Colorado State
  • New York State
  • United States District Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York


  • A Conversation on Quasi-Judicial and Ex Parte Issues, Colorado Municipalities Dec 2017
  • “Harmful Speech and True Threats: Virginia v. Black and the First Amendment in an Age of Terrorism,” Journal of Legal Commentary, Issue 20:2

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