C. Eric Davis
Eric Davis is an attorney in the Firm’s Clean Energy Practice Group and the Government Relations and Compliance Practice Group. He represents clients in a range of regulatory and energy matters.
Eric’s governmental experience includes serving as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Oklahoma. He was also an attorney for the Oklahoma Corporation Commission and the Oklahoma Tax Commission, and clerked two years for the state trial courts of Vermont.
Eric received his J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School. He served as a senior judge for the first-year Legal Practice Program and was managing editor of the Michigan Journal of Race & Law. He received his undergraduate degree from Oklahoma State University where he was named the Political Science Department’s “Outstanding Senior.”
Eric is a graduate of the Oklahoma Bar Association’s Leadership Academy and is a past board member of the OBA Young Lawyers Division. He is also an alum of Leadership Oklahoma City.
Born and raised in Stillwater, Oklahoma, Eric now lives in Oklahoma City with his wife, Nadine, and their son, Nathan. He enjoys music, hiking, and spending time with family.
- Oklahoma State University (B.S., 2005, summa cum laude)
- University of Michigan Law School (J.D., 2008)
- 2008, Oklahoma
- Oklahoma Bar Association
- Efficiency programs help reduce energy load, costs
- Davis to explore Oklahoma Public Utility Division’s procedures, rules of practice
- Davis to present on Oklahoma open records laws issues
- Utility companies seek new rates for consumers who sell solar power
- Anyone can take part in utility rate cases in Oklahoma
- The wrong approach
- Phillips Murrah attorneys address wind energy impacts on real property
- Phillips Murrah welcomes two new oil and gas attorneys