Michael Davis, an environmental land planning expert urged Stetson Law students to help preserve Florida’s natural treasures. Davis spoke as part of a lecture series presented by Stetson’s Institute for Biodiversity Law and Policy and the Environmental Law Society.
“I would challenge young attorneys to do their homework,” he told the students. “Do what you’re trained to do, gather the evidence, analyze that evidence very carefully and, then make some opinions,” Davis said.
Davis is the vice-president of Keith and Schnars, P.A. He served as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works during the Clinton Administration. He was responsible for policy and legislation for the Army Corps of Engineers.