Keeping Political Candidates Out of Jail
CARY DAVIDSON '74
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1992

It is almost impossible for political candidates to stay
out of trouble on the campaign trail. The rules and
regulations one must follow make for a maze of
reporting dates and disclosure requirements. Cary
Davidson
has devoted his practice to deciphering the
barrage of restrictions facing prospective candidates.

Mr. Davidson graduated summa cum laude from
Claremont McKenna College in 1974 with a triple degree
in political science, Jewish studies, and public policy.
While he was here he interned in Washington for
Congressman Alphonso Bell. His thesis was "Jewish
Political Fund Raising in Los Angeles." He then went
on to the University of Chicago where he received his
law degree in 1978.

While practicing law in Los Angeles, Mr. Davidson
has attempted to integrate the law and public affairs. He
encourages students and adults alike to involve themselves in the political process. He volunteers extensively,
serving on the boards of Young Executives of America,
the Anti Defamation League, Jewish Community Relations Committee, and he is a long-time member of
Women in Public Affairs. He is also a vice president of
CMC's alumni association.

Please join us for an evening that could keep all
would-be politicians out of jail and all would-be lawyers
rolling in dough. Meet Mr. Davidson one-on-one at the
5:30 reception. Dinner will begin at 6:00, followed by
the presentation at 7:00.