Stuart Davis is an associate attorney at Carr Maloney P.C. He focuses his practice on General Liability, Professional Liability, Business Law and Commercial Litigation, Class Action Litigation, and Government Investigations and Enforcement.
Prior to joining the firm, Stuart clerked for the Hon. Michele D. Hotten on the Maryland Court of Appeals. As a law clerk for Judge Hotten, Stuart prepared and wrote extensive bench memoranda and drafted numerous written opinions for complex civil and criminal cases.
A graduate of the University of Maryland Carey School of Law, Stuart was editor-in-chief of the Maryland Journal of International Law and the President of the International Law Society. He worked in the Fair Housing Clinic and the JustAdvice Project. He also was a member of the International Moot Court Board, the Maryland Public Interest Law Project, and the student representative for the American Bar Association Compliance Committee. Stuart received the Law School Alumni Association Award for demonstrating outstanding character and leadership and the Joseph Bernstein Journal Scholarship Award at graduation. Stuart also participated in the Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition and earned a top 20 oralist distinction during the 2020 Mid-Atlantic competition.
During law school, Stuart interned with the United States Department of Education, Office of Hearings and Appeals, in Washington, D.C, where he contributed legal analysis to Orders and Initial Decisions determining private educational lenders’ compliance with federal statutes and regulations. Stuart also interned with the Hon. Clayton Greene, Jr. on the Maryland Court of Appeals. Stuart worked as a research assistant to Professor William Moon. He provided research and editorial support for Professor Moon’s published journal article examining the international market for corporate and tax law. William J. Moon, Delaware’s New Competition, 114 NW. U. L. Rev. 1403 (2020). Stuart also worked as a summer law clerk for a boutique criminal defense firm in Washington D.C.
Stuart graduated with honors from Washington University in St. Louis with a degree in Political Science and History.
University of Maryland Carey School of Law
J.D., cum laude
John Hopkins University
Washington University in St. Louis
- “The Supreme Court Upholds the Automatic Stay During an Arbitration Appeal,” The Class Action Blog, June 27, 2023
- “The Supreme Court Contemplates Ending the Automatic Stay During an Arbitration Appeal,” The Class Action Blog, March 24, 2023
- “Court Certifies Class Action Against NFL for Allegedly Violating Antitrust Laws With Its “Sunday Ticket” TV Package,” The Class Action Blog, February 13, 2023
- “Supreme Court Considers Whether to Automatically Stay Litigation During an Arbitration Appeal,” The Class Action Blog, December 21, 2022
- “Student Files Class Action Lawsuit to Recover In-Person Tuition and Fees During COVID-19 Pandemic,” The Class Action Blog, December 13, 2022
- Stuart W. Davis, Comment, Inherent Limits to the World Trade Organization’s Article XXI Self-Judging Security Exception, 34 Md. J. Int’l L. 364 (2019).
- Stuart Davis, Hanged by Its Cross of Iron: The Vietnam War’s Virulent Effect on the Military-Industrial Complex, 12 Gateway Hist. J. 79 (2012).
District of Columbia
U.S. District Courts
- Maryland State Bar Association, Member
- Prince George’s County Bar Association, Member
- The Bar Association of the District of Columbia, Member
- Montgomery County Bar Association, Member
- Institute for Transnational Arbitration, Young ITA Member
- International Law Student Association, Jessup Competition Judge and Memorial Judge