Professor of Law
B.A., J.D., University of California, Los Angeles
Professor Julie Davies teaches torts, negotiation and settlement, civil rights and animal law. Her most recent torts scholarship focuses on comparative torts issues, including customary law. Her civil rights scholarship has focused on the legal obstacles to private and government enforcement of civil rights legislation and suggests ways to surmount these problems. She is the co-author of Global Issues in Tort Law, which has been adopted in numerous other law schools. In addition, her scholarship has been published in many prominent law reviews. A graduate of UCLA Law School, Professor Davies is an elected member of the American Law Institute and is very active in a number of civic organizations. She also served as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs for the law school, and has participated in the AALS as a Section Chair and a Representative on Site Evaluations.
Courses: Torts, Civil Rights, Principles of Legal Analysis