Professor Ray Williams is an Assistant Professor of Professional Practice Rutgers Business School- teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in Business Law and Business Ethics. He has had three distinct careers: teaching, law, and banking and has been in the academe for the past 20 years. He attended Winston-Salem State University (NC) majoring in History and Political Science. He earned his law degree from Rutgers Law School (Newark (JD) and Widener Law School (LLM corporate law & finance). In Law he clerked in the Superior Court of New Jersey and the U.S. Bankruptcy Court D.N.J. He culminated his banking career as Vice President and Manager of The Loan Workout and Credit Departments of a regional bank. Education has been a life-long pursuit; Professor Williams is currently enrolled in an online Strategic Decision Making program at Stanford. His other interests are broad: music-all genres, roof top gardening, history and biographies, college hoops, poetry, urban economic initiatives, writing a novel or memoir, and composing a book of poetry for everyday people.
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