Mr. Williams is a seasoned litigator with a specialization in complex criminal and civil litigation. He has appeared on both Provincial and Federal matters at the trial and appeal levels, including murder, fraud and money laundering.
He is well renowned for his strategic, skillful and passionate advocacy such as in the case of R. vs. Cooper, which established a case of somnambulism in murder trials, and had set a dramatic precedent in Canadian Law.
Mr. Williams has been practicing law in Hamilton, Ontario having been called to the bar in 1971. He has graduated from Osgoode Law School after receiving a degree in history (B.A.) from Ithaca College in the United States of America.
Mr. Williams, affectionately called Norm by his clients, is now pleased to represent grandchildren of his clients dating back from the 1970's.