Professor Williams has extensive practical and teaching experience. Prior to teaching, Professor Williams worked in Washington D.C. at the Lawyers Alliance For World Security, a non-profit organization designed to stop the spread of nuclear weapons worldwide. He worked at Cravath Swaine and Moore in New York, and was a senior associate in the civil litigation department at Luce Forward Hamilton & Scripps in San Diego, CA.
Before becoming a member of the tenure tack faculty at Western State, Professor Williams previously taught law at the California Western School of Law, including courses in National Security Law and Ethics. He specializes in national security law and international terrorism. Professor Williams has appeared on television numerous times to discuss national security issues and has authored several news articles on terrorism.
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