Evan Williams


Evan Williams is an Associate at Bybee & Tibbals, LLC.  Evan primarily focuses on issues related to Zoning and Land Use Disputes, Real Property Contract Disputes, Eminent Domain/Condemnation, Commercial Mortgage and Lien Disputes, Boundary Line and Easement Disputes, and Commercial Lease Disputes.

Before joining Bybee & Tibbals, Evan worked at a regional law firm in downtown Charleston, where he practiced in the areas of Business Litigation and Toxic Torts.  His previous practice experience also includes work at a Charleston firm where he handled all aspects of evaluating and resolving personal injury cases.

Prior to completing law school, Evan served as a judicial clerk in the Circuit Court of Kentucky in Louisville, and subsequently worked as a legal clerk in Indianapolis for an intellectual property and estate management corporation.  His work there included drafting and negotiating licensing and settlement agreements regarding clients’ intellectual property rights; researching legal issues relating to estate valuation, and probate and non-probate matters; and managing client intellectual property rights including trademarks, rights of publicity and copyrights.  While in law school, Evan was an Associate Editor of the University of Illinois Law Review, and a commissioner of the law school’s softball league.

Outside of Bybee & Tibbals, Evan enjoys spending time with his family and friends and exploring the low country.  As a sports enthusiast, you can usually catch him cheering on the Chicago Cubs and Louisville Cardinals, or playing in slow pitch softball leagues around Charleston.


DePauw University, B.A., Media Fellows Honors, 2010

University of Illinois College of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2014

Bar Admissions

South Carolina

U.S. District Court, District of South Carolina


South Carolina Bar

Charleston County Bar Association

Young Lawyers Division, South Carolina Bar

Saint Mary of the Annunciation Roman Catholic Church

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