Marc S. Davis
Marc’s legal coursework focused on oral advocacy. In his first year of law school, he won the Daniel S. Guy Appellate Advocacy Competition for first-year students (120 participants). That summer, he worked as a judicial extern for the Chief Justice of the Ohio Supreme Court. In his second year of law school I won the Burke E. Smith Trial Competition available to all upperclassmen. He participated on law review, moot court, and graduated in the top of his class. Marc received his Juris Doctor with distinction in May 2013 and scored in the 92nd Percentile of all lawyers on the July 2013 Multistate Bar Examination.
Marc has extensive experience as a litigator in multiple forums. For three years, He worked as an Assistant Attorney General in the Criminal Justice and Health and Human Services sections. Over his first year, 85% of his docket involved federal habeas cases in the United States District Court or the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.
He has argued in the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and numerous state courts. He has conducted approximately 50 administrative hearings, prosecuted a criminal jury trial, conducted multiple depositions, and served as an Ohio Special Prosecutor in several bench trials.