Joyce Williams Esq.
Joyce Williams is the founder of Armooh-Williams, PLLC. She practices international trade and immigration law. She has worked extensively in matters involving foreign investment and trade, international dispute resolution and family and business-based immigration law issues.
Before founding Armooh-Williams, Joyce worked at the International Law Institute, in Washington, D.C, United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) in South Korea, and the Kozolchyk National Law Center, in Tucson, Arizona among other places.
Joyce has written and lectured on legal topics relating primarily to multilateral rules and regulations governing international trade and investments, the conduct of international litigation and the use of technology in the global trading system.
She is the Special Adviser to the African Bar Association, Editor in Chief of the African Law Today Journal and Deputy Chairperson on Diversity Issues to the American Bar Association’s Section of International Law.
Joyce serves on the Board of the Africa National Chamber of Commerce, Charlotte, N.C, United Community Ministries, Alexandria, Virginia, Asankrangwa Kroye Kuo, Alexandria, Virginia, Centre for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa (CHRDA), Cameroon. She is a former board member of Bakashana, Zambia.
Joyce is member of the African Women Leadership Network and the Pan African Diaspora Women’s Association (PADWA). She volunteers at Hispano-Progreso Literacy and Civic Center in Alexandria, Virginia where she provides pro bono legal services for low-income families on immigration and business formation issues.
Joyce holds a Juris Doctor of Law degree and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics. She is admitted to the bar of Arizona.