Fred Williams Guest Lecturer at UNCC
Fred Williams was the guest lecturer for a Software & Information Technology class at the UNCC on September 14, 2011. Fred covered rules, cases and courtroom practicalities for witnesses called to introduce computer-related evidence. He also covered some risks forensic examiners face for civil and criminal liabilities if they are not alert to various criminal and tort laws. The UNCC class caters to graduate students and senior level undergraduates with computer science-related majors.
Fred Williams has been of counsel with James, McElroy & Diehl since 2004, when he retired after 38 years with several federal agencies, including an assistant U.S. attorney in Charlotte. At JMD, he has represented and counseled persons involved in criminal and civil matters relating to electronic surveillance, computer intrusions and searches, copyright, trade secret and trademark. He is an adjunct professor in the College of Computing and Informatics at UNC Charlotte.