Cassondra B. Williams

(612) 767-0520

About Cassondra

Cassondra joined Teske Katz Kitzer & Rochel in April 2014 and has spent her career working at law firms around the Twin Cities. She works with the attorneys at the firm with correspondence, filing, drafting discovery, scheduling, and overall file management. She may be one of your first points of contact as she conducts initial client intakes. She is very compassionate to our clients’ needs and enjoys an active role in assisting with any questions and concerns that may arise during the legal process.

Before joining the firm, Cassondra worked as a bankruptcy paralegal to both a chapter 7 trustee and chapter 11 trustee. She also worked as a paralegal for a retired federal bankruptcy court judge.

Outside of the office, Cassondra enjoys spending time with her husband and son. While enjoying her first Mother’s Day, on May 11, 2014, Cassondra served as a keynote speaker alongside Governor Mark Dayton at the bill signing for the Minnesota Women’s Economic Security Act.

Cassondra is a firm believer in fighting for the “underdog” and giving back to her community. She volunteers with the Immigrant Hope office at Bloomington Evergreen Church, which assists immigrants with legal residency issues and concerns. She has also volunteered many hours to Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Kids Against Hunger, and Feed My Starving Children.


– Paralegal Certificate, Hamline University, St. Paul, Minnesota, December 2011
– Bachelor of Art’s Degree, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, December 2010

Certification & Awards

Cassondra was awarded with the Upper Midwest Chapter of the Turnaround Management Association 2013 Transaction of the Year Award for her work in assisting with the chapter 11 bankruptcy of Fifty Below Sales and Marketing, a Duluth-based technology services firm.

She is also a member of Lambda Epsilon Chi (LEX), the national honor society for paralegals founded by the American Association for Paralegal Education (AAFPE) for outstanding academic achievements.
While at the University of Minnesota, she was a member of the Gamma Phi Beta sorority (2007-2010) and was also one of thirteen students chosen to be a student lobbyist for the Student Legislative Certificate Program where she collaborated with her peers to lobby on behalf of the University.

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