Curriculum Vitae

Law Offices of William S. Maddox
Full general and appellate practice: criminal, civil, administrative.

Staff Assistant – Representative Herbert H. Bateman, Washington, D.C.
Wrote constituent letters; researched current issues; wrote “talking points” for speeches.

Education:

Legal
Washington & Lee University School of Law
Lexington, Virginia
J.D.

Honors and Activities:
Washington and Lee law Review, Contributor; Chairman, Iowa Delegation to Mock Political Convention

Publication:
The Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act: A Case Study in Legality if Economic Sanctions, 44 Washington and Lee Law Review 1415 (1987)

Graduate
The College of William and Mary in Virginia
Williamsburg, Virginia

M.A. History
Thesis: “The Quiet Diplomacy: President Eisenhower and Dien Bien Phu.”

Undergraduate

Colby College
Waterville, Maine

Triple Major: History, with distinction, Government, American Studies

Honors and Activities:
Dean’s List; Educational Policy Committee; Academic Life Chair, Student Government; Representative to History and Government Department Review Boards; Varsity Hockey Team Manager

Secondary

Roxbury Latin School
West Roxbury, Massachusetts

Diploma
Honors:
National Merit Semifinalist

Recognition:

The Volunteer Lawyers Project has recognized William S Maddox, Esquire for volunteering the most pro-bono work of all attorneys from Knox County, Maine.
Attorney Maddox won this award in 2004, 2005 & 2013

Attorney Maddox has many published opinions before the First Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston, MA and the Maine Supreme Judicial Court.

Personal Interests: Travel (44 countries on five continents), Theatre