A. Damian Williams
Hometown: Stone Mountain, GA
high school: Woodward Academy
college: Harvard University
GRAD. PROGRAM: Cambridge University (2003, MA); Yale Law School (2007, JD)
Damian Williams is an Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of New York. Damian is a Ron Brown Scholar from the class of 1998. Damian graduated in 2002 from Harvard University, where he majored in economics and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He earned an MPhil in international relations at Cambridge University and also holds a JD from Yale Law School At Harvard, Damian won the Detur Book Award, the John Harvard Scholarship, the Ron Brown Scholarship, the Harris Prize. He was named the Lionel de Jersey Harvard Scholar for 2002, under which he studied at Cambridge. At Yale, he was an editor of The Yale Law Journal. Damian has served on the Board of Directors of Human Rights First, the Council on African American Affairs, and Boys Speak Out. After law school, Damian clerked for Judge Merrick B. Garland on the US Court of Appeals in Washington, DC, and for Justice John Paul Stevens on the US Supreme Court.