David Williams II, vice chancellor, general counsel, secretary and professor of law at Vanderbilt University has been elected a fellow by the Tennessee Bar Foundation.
Williams is one of 35 attorneys invited to become fellows this year by the board of trustees of the Tennessee Bar Foundation, which honors attorneys who have distinguished themselves in the profession and administers a grant program, Interest On Lawyers’ Trust Accounts – or IOLTA. The grant program has awarded more than $13 million to law-related public interest projects in Tennessee.
A native of Detroit, Williams is a graduate of Northern Michigan University, the University of Detroit School of Law and New York University School of Law. He has written, lectured and participated in seminars on tax law, sports law, law and education and legal history.
– Jim Patterson, Vanderbilt Public Affairs