Honorable Alexander Williams, Jr. (Ret.) Joins The McCammon Group
The Honorable Alexander Williams, Jr., retired Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Maryland, has joined The McCammon Group, a leading provider of mediation, arbitration, judge pro tempore, and special master services in the mid-Atlantic region.
Judge Alexander Williams, Jr. retired recently after serving his court with distinction for nearly twenty years. Prior to his appointment to the bench, Judge Williams served Prince George’s County in many capacities, including as State’s Attorney (elected for two terms), Public Defender, Hearing Examiner, Special Counsel, and as a Substitute Juvenile Master. Judge Williams also enjoyed a successful career in private practice in Maryland and DC. He is a Founder and the First President of the J. Franklyn Bourne Bar Association, Inc. and has served for many years as a Professor at Howard University Law School. Judge Williams now brings his distinguished record of accomplishment to The McCammon Group to serve the mediation, arbitration, and special master needs of lawyers and litigants throughout Maryland, DC, and beyond.
Since 1995, The McCammon Group has provided alternative dispute resolution (ADR) services including mediation, arbitration, neutral evaluation, special master, judge pro tempore, med/arb, neutral evaluation, hearing officer, fact finder, and conciliation; as well as related facilitation, training, and consulting services. It consists of seventy-three Neutrals including retired judges and practicing attorneys located throughout Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia. Importantly, throughout this time The McCammon Group has achieved a settlement rate of approximately 85% in its mediation work. The McCammon Group is committed to the proposition that ADR processes provide individuals, as well as public and private entities, with many substantial benefits including effective and prompt resolution of disputes, self-determination, cost savings, timeliness, flexibility, and confidentiality.