Joshua P. Davis is a nationally recognized expert on AI, antitrust, class actions, civil procedure, free speech, legal ethics, and jurisprudence. He has published more than thirty scholarly papers on these subjects and is currently writing a book on AI titled “Unnatural Law,” which will be published by Cambridge University Press.
Beginning on Jan. 1, 2022, he will become a shareholder and the head of the San Francisco Bay Area Office of Berger & Montague, PC, a national plaintiffs’ class action law firm. Prior to joining the firm, he was a tenured professor of law at University of San Francisco Law School for more than twenty years, where he also served as the Director of the Center for Law and Ethics.
In his role as Research Professor of Law at the Center, Professor Davis conducts research and publishes papers on litigation and courts and organizes several conferences hosted by the Center.