Brad J. Williams

Brad J. Williams

Law Offices of Bennett & Williams 701 Chestnut Street Ste. 200
Conway, AR 72032

Phone: 501-336-8788

Website: http://www.bennwill.com

Board CertifiedFacultyState DelegateGeneral Member

About Brad J. Williams

Brad grew up in Little Rock, Arkansas. He is a graduate of Hendrix College and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Law. He is also a graduate of the Trial Practice Institute of the National Criminal Defense College (NCDC) at Mercer University School of Law. The majority of Brad’s practice is devoted to drunk driving defense. Brad is a trained field sobriety test practitioner and instructor. He has also completed the Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement (ARIDE) course and the DRE Overview Course for lawyers. Additionally, he has received extensive training in pharmacology, toxicology, and forensic science. Brad enjoys passing on his knowledge to others by teaching other attorneys at various educational events throughout the year. He is a faculty member and state delegate of the National College for DUI Defense (NCDD). He has attended every Mastering Scientific Evidence course since 2008. In 2016, Brad became the first and only lawyer in the state of Arkansas to become an “ACS-CHAL Forensic Lawyer-Scientist” as designated by the American Chemical Society. In 2017, Brad became the first and only lawyer in the state of Arkansas to achieve NCDD Board Certification in DUI Defense. 2017 Summer Session Graduate


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