Audrey Davis uses her legal insight to develop effective litigation strategies for her clients. Her passion for problem solving drives her to provide creative solutions for her clients’ needs throughout all stages of litigation.
While in law school, Audrey served as Editor in Chief of the Lewis & Clark Law Review, where she led the publication of four issues, each filled with thought-provoking academic articles. Beyond her interest in legal scholarship, she also developed a passion for the intricacies of civil procedure as an extern for Judge Michael Simon at the United States District Court for the District of Oregon.
Audrey first joined Schwabe as a 2L Summer Associate, where she drafted memoranda, motions, and a complaint on issues relating to contracts, testimony of expert witnesses, federal regulations, and employment discrimination.
- Conducted research and drafted memoranda on issues relating to expert witness testimony, discovery, federal regulations, and employment discrimination.
- Drafted a motion for a protective order.
- Drafted a complaint regarding a contract dispute.
Memberships & Awards
- Editor in Chief, Lewis & Clark Law Review (2019–2020)
- Cornelius Honors Society, Lewis & Clark Law School (2020)
- Phi Beta Kappa (2017-present)
- Dean’s Scholarship, Lewis & Clark Law School (2017–2020)
- Senior Scholar in Sociology, Tulane University (2017)
Resources & Ideas
- December 9, 2020
A Return to the Traditional Use of the Writ of Mandamus, 25 Lewis & Clark Law Review (forthcoming 2021)
- Lewis & Clark Law SchoolJuris Doctor degree, summa cum laude (2020)
- Tulane UniversityBachelor of Arts degree, Sociology and Spanish, summa cum laude (2017)
Oregon State Courts
Outside The Office
- Cuddling with my dog!