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Lawyer: Wren M. Williams

Wren M. Williams

Meet Wren M. Williams

Wren M. Williams is the President of Schneider & Williams, P.C. He graduated from Patrick County High School and went on to attend Hampden-Sydney College as a Patrick Henry Scholar.  There, Williams was active in student government, president of his fraternity, and received the Cohen Citizenship Award from the Lambda Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa. Williams graduated cum laude from Hampden-Sydney College, earning a BA in English with minors in both Rhetoric and Creative Writing.

Following graduation, Williams attended Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law for its outstanding trial advocacy program. During his time at Cumberland, Williams served as the Executive Editor of the American Journal for Trial Advocacy, in which he published several law review articles. In conjunction with obtaining his law degree, Williams completed his Masters in Business Administration at Samford University’s Brock School of Business.

After graduating, Williams married his law school sweetheart, the former Miss Britt Schneider and returned home to Patrick County. Together, he and his wife established Schneider & Williams, P.C. in order to serve the communities of Patrick, Henry, and Floyd County. When he is not helping clients with their business ventures, guiding them through their legal endeavors, or appearing on their behalf in court, Williams can be found playing fetch with his chocolate lab, Mousse, or tinkering with a Do-It-Yourself project on his family’s farm in Stuart, Virginia.


  • Hampden-Sydney College (BA, cum laude, 2011)
  • Samford University (JD/MBA, 2014)
    • American Journal of Trial Advocacy, Executive Editor
    • Phi Alpha Delta, International Law Fraternity, Vice Justice
    • Trial Advocacy Board, Senior Member
    • Caruthers Fellow


Admitted to Practice:

  • Virginia, 2015


Articles / Publications:

  • Moving Forward:  The Benefits and Concerns of the Narrower Interpretation of Title VII, 38 Am. J. Trial Advoc. 203 (2014)
  • Removable or Not? The Indecisive Sixth Circuit Creates Its Own Split Within the Circuit Court Split Regarding Removal of Actions from Administrative Agencies to Federal Courts – Smith v. Detroit Entm’t, 37 Am. J. Trial Advoc. 247 (2013)



  • Virginia State Bar, Active Member
  • Stuart Presbyterian Church, Member
  • Patrick Henry Community College, Board Member
  • American Bar Association, Member

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