Copyright Conversations with the United Kingdom
Adam Williams is deputy director of international policy in the United Kingdom's Intellectual Property Office. He has recently assumed this role, having moved from the copyright team within the office.
Williams has previously worked in the UK government on defence policy matters and has extensive experience dealing with policy issues in the European Union, United Nations, and North Atlantic Treaty Organization as well as undertaking bilateral negotiations.
Williams holds a bachelor of sciences degree and a master's degree in business administration.Home >> Adam Williams