Marvin Williamson is one of the founders and managing partners of Rodriguez & Williamson, PLLC. Marvin is a native of the Eastern region in North Carolina and is a graduate of the number 1 ranked Historically Black University in America, North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University, where he obtained a bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies.
Marvin knew early in his career that he wanted to enter a profession where he could help people. For a decade and a half, Marvin worked as a revenue agent. In this position he was able to relate and connect to people of diverse backgrounds. Marvin decided to put these skills to use and obtained his Juris Doctor (JD) from Western Michigan University, Thomas M. Cooley Law School. During his tenure at WMU, Marvin sought opportunities and participated in several organizations, including the Mock Trial Board, Moot Court Competitions, Florida Young Lawyer's Division, Sports and Entertainment Law Society, Trial Skills competitions, and Bankruptcy clinics where he assisted underserved clients to obtain bankruptcy relief in the Tampa Bay and St. Petersburg areas. Through these trainings and interactions Marvin built a noteworthy rapport with the school's student body who nominated him for the Leadership Achievement, Distinguished Student, and Valedictorian Speaker awards.
Marvin along with his wife and children reside in Tampa, Florida where they participate with numerous organizations to help give back to the community.