Maleeah Williams-Livingston


Maleeah Williams-Livingston is a 2020 graduate of South Texas College of Law Houston. Before joining Hagan Noll and Boyle as an Associate, Maleeah spent 1.5 years as a law clerk at the Firm where she assisted her now colleagues with anti-piracy and copyright infringement matters. While attending law school, Maleeah also interned at The Federal Public Defenders Office for the Southern District of Texas, served as the Managing Editor for the Texas Journal of Business Law, and developed her advocacy skills as a member of the school’s nationally ranked moot court team. Maleeah excelled during her law school studies, graduating Magna Cum Laude and finishing in the top 10% of her class. Prior to attending South Texas College of Law Houston, Maleeah earned her undergraduate degree from the University of South Carolina.


J.D. – South Texas College of Law Houston, 2020, Magna Cum Laude

  • Order of Lytae
  • Dean’s Honors List
  • Mediator Certification
  • Multiple CALI Excellence for the Future Awards

B.A. – The University of South Carolina, 2017, Magna Cum Laude

State Bar Admissions

State Bar of Texas

Court Admissions

United States District Court, Southern District of Texas

Areas of Practice

Commercial and Business Litigation; Copyright and Trademark Infringement; Cybersecurity; Satellite Piracy; General Civil Litigation