Richard A. “Dick” Williamson, a longtime law professor at the College of William and Mary, died last Friday, June 15. He was 63.
Prof. Williamson taught law at the school from 1970 until his retirement three months ago. He also served for a number of years at the college’s coordinator of legal affairs. In that role, he was involved in the school’s skirmish with the NCAA over use of two feathers in the college logo.
The Daily Press has an obituary.