Kenneth Davis


Professor Davis Kenneth earned a B.A. in psychology at the State University of New York at Binghamton and an M.A. in psychology from University of California at Long Beach where he graduated with honors. He then attended the University of Toledo, College of Law where he was a published editor of the law review, and again graduated with honors. After receiving a J.D. degree, he served as law clerk to Matthew Jasen, former Associate Judge of the New York State Court of Appeals, and he then served as senior law clerk to Sol Wachtler, the Court’s former Chief Judge. As a senior litigation attorney at Parker, Chapin, Flattau & Klimpl, Professor Davis acquired over a decade of in-the-trenches legal experience, handling and supervising a broad range of federal and state court cases. As a public arbitrator for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), Professor Davis has participated on numerous securities arbitration panels, often serving as chairperson.

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Job Title : Visiting Professor MBA/FSI


Articles in other (un)refereed journals

  • Davis K.  2009. Wheel of Fortune: A Critique of the "Manifest Imbalance" Requirement for Race-Conscious Affirmative Action Under Title VII. Georgia Law Review,