Raymond Williams focuses his practice on complex litigation and is a partner in the firm's Philadelphia office. Mr. Williams is the firm's national Diversity and Inclusion Partner. In 2006, Mr. Williams was selected as the first-chair of the Defense Research Institute's Diversity & Inclusion Committee. Mr. Williams is the immediate past president of the Philadelphia Diversity Law Group.

Mr. Williams has first-chair jury trial experience, as well as extensive pre-trial litigation experience. He has used these skills to work on pro bono matters supported by his firm. Currently, Mr. Williams is engaged in a matter questioning the documentation requirements needed by legal permanent residents to vote in local elections. Most recently he successfully represented the Navajo Human Rights Commission and other Navajo plaintiffs regarding their unequal access to voting polls in San Juan, Utah.

Mr. Williams is a frequent speaker and contributor to litigation journals and industry publications regarding both diversity issues and his substantive practice area. On numerous occasions Mr. Williams has appeared as a panelist on the Law Journal TV program and the American Law Journal TV program.