Atlanta Attorney William E. Stiles, Jr. is a litigation associate with a focus on complex wrongful death and trucking accident cases in state and federal court. William has over 11,000 hours of experience in trials, depositions, motions hearings, focus groups and mediations. William received his law degree from the University of Georgia School Of Law in 2006 with honors. While at the University of Georgia, William earned multiple honors for academics and advocacy as a member of the award winning Moot Court team.
William is a native of Savannah, Georgia but has called Atlanta his home for the last ten years. William serves on the Southeastern Regional Board for National Church Residences, a non-profit that works to eliminate homelessness in the elderly and veteran communities and as a founding member of the Magnum Opus Honor Society.
William and his wife, Amber met at the University of Georgia School of Law and are active runners and the proud parents of Blake Elizabeth Stiles. The Stiles family supports and volunteers at the Old Savannah City Mission, and We Change Lives Now.
The Georgia Supreme Court
The 11th District Federal Court
University of Georgia, Juris Doctorate, 2006, cum laude
Syracuse University, 2003, summa cum laude
Hampton University, 2002, cum laude
Articles and Writings
Avoiding Impermissible Conflicts of Interest in Wrongful Death Cases
Redefining Spine Injury Cases
The Fight to Capture Expenses
National Finalist, American Bar Association Moot Court Competition (2004)
Best Brief Award, American Bar Association Moot Court Competition (2004)
The Professor Blount Award for Academic Excellence and Character (2006)
The Cuffie Law Firm Spirit of Excellence Award (2013)