Jacquelyn E. Williams

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Jacquelyn E. Williams


Jacquelyn E. Williams – Associate, Institute of International Economic Law (IIEL), Georgetown Law

B.A. Political Science & Economics, Concentration – Development and International Economics, Minor, European Studies, Drew University; M.A. in Liberal Studies, Concentration – International Affairs, Georgetown University

Ms. Williams plays a critical role in facilitating the smooth functioning of all IIEL programs and activities.  Her portfolio includes all logistical and financial matters required for the effective and efficient administration of IIEL policies, programs and procedures.  She is deeply involved with all IIEL communications, programs and events, and also provides supplemental support to the Journal of International Economic Law (JIEL), as needed.

Ms. Williams’ background includes several years at Georgetown Law assisting faculty with academic and curricular affairs.  She has interned with the National Program and Outreach Department at the Council on Foreign Relations.  Ms. Williams spent significant time abroad during her undergraduate career, focusing on international economic development in Europe and Asia.  Outside of the realm of international affairs, Ms. Williams volunteers with Alpha Phi Omega co-ed service fraternity, advising a local chapter, presenting leadership development courses, and assisting with the execution of service projects.


Jacquelyn Williams

Associate, Institute of International Economic Law

Georgetown Law / Georgetown University

600 New Jersey Avenue, NW – Williams Library, 510

Washington, DC 20001


Office: 202.662.9209​



The Institute of International Economic Law is the focal point for the study of international economic law at Georgetown University.

It is also one of the leading centers for international economic law and policy in the world.

Originally focused on trade, the Institute now boasts leading capabilities and international renown in a range of areas including investment and financial regulation, tax, business and monetary law. The Institute actively approaches these fields as interrelated and at times overlapping policy spheres that impact how law is devised, practiced and enforced.


Institute of International Economic Law
Georgetown Law
600 New Jersey Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001