Fred Williams gives presentation at UNCC’s Center for Applied Counterterrorism Studies
Fred Williams participated in the first conference hosted by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte’s Center for Applied Counterterrorism Studies. Fred, in conjunction with Judge Whitney (WDNC), gave a presentation on balance between security and civil liberties.
Fred has been of counsel with James, McElroy and Diehl since 2004, when he retired after thirty-eight years as a lawyer with several federal agencies. He has represented and counseled persons involved in white collar criminal investigations, civil litigation and innovative business plans. He is also currently an adjunct faculty member in UNCC’s College of Computing and Informatics.