Elizabeth Deline Williams is an attorney with Montgomery Little & Soran. Her practice is focused on transactional and business matters related commercial and residential real estate, including purchasing, leasing, property management, and real estate investment.

Ms. Williams worked as a law clerk at Montgomery Little & Soran throughout law school prior to becoming an attorney. While in law school, Ms. Williams served as a law clerk to the Honorable Michael M. Martinez, Chief Judge of the 2nd Judicial District for the State of Colorado and Ms. Williams was her class representative to the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law Honor Board. While serving on the honor board, Ms. Williams assisted in revising the honor code and increasing awareness of the honor code among the student body. Ms. Williams also worked as a Teaching Assistant to Professor David Thomson during her second and third years of law school teaching first-year students legal citation and writing.

In her free time, Ms. Williams volunteers with the Colorado Open Lands private land trust advocating for land conservation and open spaces around the State of Colorado. Ms. Williams sits on the Alumnae Board of St. Mary’s Academy High School and serves as the Young Lawyer Division Liaison to the Colorado Bar Association Real Estate Section Council.

Ms. Williams is admitted to and a member of the Colorado, Wyoming, Arizona, and Nebraska State Bar Associations, and is admitted to the US District Court and the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.