Professor, Director of the Center for Law and Ethics, and Dean's Scholar
Professor Joshua Paul Davis is a professor, the Director of the Center for Law and Ethics, and a Dean’s Scholar at University of San Francisco School of Law. Davis’ scholarly research focuses on class actions, antitrust, ethics, free speech, jurisprudence, and artificial intelligence. As director of the Center for Law and Ethics, he leads panels, organizes symposia, and undertakes research exploring ethics in the law. Davis is also active in law reform, serving from 2001 to 2004 as the reporter for the committee that drafted California Supreme Court Rules 964 to 967 on multi-jurisdictional practice and testifying before the United States Congress regarding pleading standards in federal court. He is currently working on his first book, Unnatural Law: AI, Consciousness, Ethics, and Law (forthcoming in Cambridge University Press).