Michael Davidson "is a distinguished attorney who served for 16 years as Senate Legal Counsel, representing the Senate, its committees, members, officers and employees in litigation related to their constitutional powers and privileges. Mr. Davidson has also served as counsel to numerous select committees and special projects, looking at such issues as the Intelligence Community and September 11, campaign finance reform, and the Independent Counsel Act. In addition, he has been a consultant on draft constitutions with parliamentarians from Albania, Armenia, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Romania, Russia and Ukraine and on the organization of a constitutional court with members of the Constitutional Court of the Federation of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Prior to his work for the U.S. Senate, Mr. Davidson served as chief staff counsel, United States Court of Appeals District of Columbia Circuit; visiting associate professor of law, State University of New York at Buffalo; and as an assistant counsel at the NAACP Legal Defense Fund. He also served as a Peace Corps
He is a director of Pact.
- "Biography", Pact, Accessed January 2007.
Volunteer in Kenya. Mr. Davidson received an J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School and a B.A. from Cornell University."