Christine V. Williams is an adjunct law professor on government contracting at Seattle University School of Law’s Alaska Campus, as well as an adjunct master’s instructor on government contracting and the 8(a) Program at Alaska Pacific University. She concentrates her practice on Government Contracting from counseling on qualifications and administration to disputes and companies in crisis. She is often involved in sensitive internal investigations and frequently interacts with Government agencies when a company faces a tough situation. She represents clients in defending against federal investigations, including investigations/reports by the Office of the Inspector General, the Department of Justice, and the GAO. Despite having a national practice, as a born and raised Alaskan, she understands unique challenges that may be faced by Alaska and Tribal companies as well as other businesses when it comes to Government Contracting on a national basis.