J. Kennerly Davis, Jr. has over 30 years of legal and executive management experience in the domestic and international electric power industry. During 2013 and 2014, he served as Deputy Attorney General for Virginia, responsible for matters relating to transportation, infrastructure development, and the development and operation of sea and space ports. His research and published writing focuses on property rights, regulatory reform and the rule of law. In addition to his law degree from Harvard Law School, he received an M.A. in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from Pembroke College, Oxford, and an A.B. in government from Cornell University.
Appalachian Student ChapterAppalachian School of Law
Grundy, VA 24614
|Topics:||Environmental & Energy Law|
Richmond Student ChapterThe T. C. Williams School of Law
Richmond, VA 23173
|Topics:||Administrative Law & Regulation|
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