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Judge Tiffany Williams

Judge Tiffany Williams ###span### Judge and International Educator ###/span###

Tiffany M. Williams is the Associate Director of Advocacy, Empowerment, and Faith, where she teaches upper level required and elective courses and leads initiatives focused on spiritual development, professional advocacy and women’s empowerment. As a former New Jersey Administrative Law Judge, Judge Williams brings her judicial experience into the classroom and the law school community. She teaches courses in Ethical Lawyering and Law & the Bible, serves as the Faculty Advisor for the Moot Court Board and the Women’s Legal Association and is the founder of Pepperdine’s Esther Project Biblical Leadership Study. Previously, she served as an Assistant Professor of Legal Research and Writing and taught courses in Evidence. At a prior law school, she also taught Administrative Law and served as the Director of Externship Programs and the Mock Trial Program. She has taught a variety of classes in law, policy, leadership and public administration in masters and undergraduate programs at universities in Massachusetts and New Jersey over the course of the past 20 years. Her scholarly focus includes examining the intersectionality of racial justice, ethics, and religion as well as furthering criminal justice reform for women and girls. Judge Williams is also a frequent international lecturer and trainer, having conducted legal writing, trial advocacy, and judicial judgment drafting trainings in Saudi Arabia and throughout the African continent.

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