Beth Williams

Beth L. Williams joined The Guardianship Project (TGP) in 2018 as deputy director of legal services. Beth specializes in representing clients in complex landlord-tenant matters where she has obtained positive outcomes in Housing Court, Supreme Court, and appellate litigation.  

Prior to joining TGP, Beth supervised the Manhattan tenancy defense practice at New York Legal Assistance Group and the Staten Island tenancy defense practice at CAMBA Legal Services. Beth began her career at Lowenstein Sandler, where she represented stakeholders in complex Chapter 11 cases in federal bankruptcy court and served as the Alan V. Lowenstein Public Interest Fellow in the Housing and Income Maintenance Law Unit at Essex-Newark Legal Services.   

Beth serves on the Board of the LGBT R.A.I.N. Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides shelter to LGBTQ homeless and runaway youth. Beth also serves on the Board of the American Constitution Society, New York Lawyer Chapter. 

A native of Arkansas, Beth graduated magna cum laude from the University of Arkansas with a B.A. in Philosophy and obtained her J.D. from Boston College Law School.