Mark Davis

Mark Davis is a Senior Research Fellow at Tulane University Law School and Director of the Institute on Water Resources Law and Policy at the Law School. The mission of the Institute is to foster an appreciation of the importance of water resources and the vital roles that law and policy play in their management and stewardship.

Prior to coming to the Law School Mr. Davis served for fourteen years as Executive Director of the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana, a broad based organization committed to the stewardship of Louisiana’s coast.

He is a member of the bar in Indiana, the District of Columbia, Illinois and Louisiana.

Mr. Davis has taught as an adjunct faculty member at the Indiana University School of Business (Indianapolis), IIT Chicago-Kent School of Law, and Loyola Law School (New Orleans). He is currently an adjunct instructor at the Tulane University Law School.

Mr. Davis has a BS and JD from Indiana University and an MLT from Georgetown University.

Mr. Davis sits on a number of boards and commissions including:

    • America’s Wetland Foundation Board of Directors
    • Gulf Restoration Network Advisory Board
    • Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana Advisory Board
    • Governor’s Advisory Commission on Coastal Restoration and Conservation, Legal and Land Rights Committee
    • LSU Sea Grant Legal Program Advisory Board
    • Louisiana State University School of the Coast and Environment Advisory Committee

Mr. Davis lives in New Orleans