Ms. Williams is currently practicing employment and labor law, state and local government law, civil litigation, and higher education law at a firm in Charlotte, NC. As an attorney, Tyler has continued giving back by acting as an Adjunct Professor at Charleston School of Law for a 2019 Maymester course on Public Policy, where her students had the opportunity to present their solutions on public policy issues to United States Representative Joe Cunningham. Tyler has also coached a 2019 Charleston School of Law Trial Advocacy team to historic accomplishments, by making the semi-finals as the second seeded team against sixteen other teams at the 2019 American Association for Justice Student Trial Competition. In 2020, Tyler was named a Top 40 under 40 lawyer by the National Bar Association after a rigorous vetting and nomination process. Tyler is licensed to practice in South Carolina State Court, North Carolina State Court, United States District Court of South Carolina, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. In addition to practicing law, Tyler is also the Founder and CEO of LegalEEE, a legal mentoring program designed to prepare pre-law students, law students, and new attorneys for a promising career in law. Before attending Charleston School of Law, Tyler attended the University of Maryland (UMD) where she majored in Criminology and Criminal Justice and minored in Leadership Studies. After graduating from the University of Maryland in 2015, Tyler decided to come to Charleston, South Carolina to attend law school.