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Richard Taylor Law Teaching Fellow
- B.A. Morehouse College, 2010
- J.D./M.A. UCLA, 2014
- M.A. Harvard University, 2016
- Ph.D. Harvard University, 2020
Gregory Davis is the Williams Institute/Critical Race Studies Richard Taylor Law Teaching Fellow for 2021-2024 at UCLA School of Law. He teaches Critical Race Theory and Race, Sexuality, and the Law. His research lies in constitutional law, social psychology, discrimination, empirical legal studies, and Critical Race Theory. He previously worked as a Quantitative Researcher at Meta where he worked on product development and user research.
Davis received his B.A. magna cum laude from Morehouse College in 2010; his JD/MA in Law and Afro-American Studies from UCLA in 2014; and, his MA in Psychology and PhD in African American Studies from Harvard University in 2016 and 2020 respectively. At UCLA, Davis was the Editor-in-Chief of the Dukeminier Awards Journal of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Law and a Graduate Opportunity Fellow.
Davis' publications have appeared in the National Black Law Journal and the Dukeminier Awards Journal, among others.