Elliott M. Davis
Elliott Davis is an associate with Skadden’s Litigation Group. Mr. Davis began his legal career in Skadden’s New York office in 2007, and currently is resident in the firm’s Boston office. His experience includes defending pharmaceutical companies in product liability actions and serving as national counsel to a large insurance company in its Hurricane Katrina litigation.
In 2011, Mr. Davis served for six months as a special assistant corporation counsel with the New York City Law Department, where he defended the City of New York in personal injury lawsuits. In that capacity, he conducted and defended several depositions and second-chaired two jury trials to verdict. Mr. Davis continues to serve as pro bono counsel to the City of New York and has prevailed in three appeals on its behalf.
While attending Harvard Law School, Mr. Davis served as a senior editor and the technology manager of the Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy. His student note on Justice Alito’s method of statutory interpretation has been referenced in the Yale Law Journal, the Supreme Court Review, SCOTUSblog, and Justice Antonin Scalia and Bryan A. Garner’s 2012 book, Reading Law: The Interpretation of Legal Texts.
J.D., Harvard Law School, 2007 (Senior Editor and Technology Manager, Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy)
B.S. (Computer Science), Cornell University, 2004