Marc S. Davis
Marc served as an Ohio Assistant Attorney General for three years. As an experienced litigator in multiple forums, a large part of his job involved crafting innovative solutions that served the interests of my clients. During that time, he first-chaired 60 administrative hearings, second-chaired a criminal jury trial, argued three times in the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, conducted multiple depositions, and managed a diverse federal and state docket.
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.
In 2017, Marc received his Master of Laws from Georgetown University. He focused on ICSID arbitrations and other investor-state matters and participated in a mock arbitration before the ICSID Secretary General, Meg Kinnear. Marc took classes in ICC, LCIA, AAA, and ad hoc arbitrations from well-known arbitrators like Professor Pierre Tercier, Professor Alan Van der Berg, and Professor Mark Kantor.
Salomée Bohbot will join The Law Offices of Marc Davis in November 2017, as a Law Clerk.
A national of France, Salomee joins us from the International Monetary Fund where she worked as a Projects Officer in the Legal Department Country Unit. Prior to this Salomee worked as a Legal Extern at the IFC, World Bank Group; as a Research Assistant to Pr. Richard Brooks and Frank Giaoui PhD at Columbia University Law School; as a Junior Associate in Insolvency, at the SCP Le Guerneve-Hunsinger, in Paris, France; and as an AML/KYC Due Diligence Officer and FATCA Referent at BNP Paribas CIB, in Paris as well.
Salomee received her Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Securities and Financial Regulation from Georgetown University Law Center. She also holds a Master 2 Degree in Anglo-American Business Law from La Sorbonne University, a Master 2 Degree in Financial Law from Paris-Dauphine University and a Bachelor of Laws in Business Law from Panthéon-Assas University.
Salomee is fluent in English and French (native), and proficient in Spanish.