Firm News

The Fayette County Bar Association’s next presentation in its Lunch & Learn Series will be:

• Date: Wednesday, May 25th from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

• Location: Courtroom No. 1 of the Fayette County Courthouse

• Discussion topics: On Cross-Examination

• Presenter: Samuel J. Davis, Esquire, Melinda K. Dellarose, Esquire, and Brent Eric Peck, Esquire

1.5 hours of Substantive CLE credit for the program. The fees are as follows:

Members of the FCBA

• No charge for attendance without CLE Credit

• $10 fee for attendance with CLE Credit

Attorneys admitted to practice in Pennsylvania after January 1, 2017

• No charge for attendance with CLE Credit

Non-members of the FCBA

• $10 fee for attendance without CLE Credit

• $40 fee for attendance with CLE Credit

** All fees to be paid at the door **

If interested in attending, please call Cindy at the Bar office at 724-437-7994 or email to on or before Monday, May 23rd.

We are pleased to announce that Megan Yocabet has joined our firm as an associate . Megan received her Juris Doctor from  Duquesne University School of Law, May 2020 and Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Washington & Jefferson College, Class of 2017. She is a member of Phi Alpha Delta. Megan interned for our firm during the summers while in college and law school and resides in Hiller, PA.

Inauguration is a noun that means the beginning, or introduction of a new system or policy.  Though each presidential inauguration ushers in new policies the American System-Representative Democracy-remains the same.  That is a good thing with high concepts of Unity, Freedom, Equality, Law and Order and that No One is Above the Law.  Aspirations all, but striving for a more Perfect Union is the unreachable goal.  Only unreachable because no Union is Perfect, but the goal is admirable and  everlasting.  The first Inauguration I remember was President Kennedy’s in 1961.  His speech is still quoted today.  His delivery cannot be duplicated.  His words were uplifting and inspirational even for a 10 year old. Words have meaning and words can make a difference.  Let’s work hard and strive for a more Perfect Union! - Attorney Samuel Davis

At Davis and Davis we are here for your legal needs and have been since 1976. Our team would be honored to work for you!

Attorney Samuel Davis is representing the accused in the latest issue of the Fayette Legal Journal

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PBA President Charles Eppolito
PBA President Charles Eppolito

Former Zone 6 Governor Jim Antoniono
Former Zone 6 Governor Jim Antoniono

We are pleased to announce that Jeremy J. Davis, Esquire has been named a partner in the law firm of Davis & Davis. Attorney Davis received his B.A. in Political Science in 2002 from California University of Pennsylvania and his Juris Doctorate from Duquesne University School of Law in 2005, at which time he joined Davis & Davis as an associate. He served as an Assistant Public Defender for Fayette County from 2006 to 2011 and Conflicts Counsel for Fayette County from 2014 to 2015. He is Capital Case qualified. Attorney Davis is a member of the American Bar Association, Fayette County Bar Association, Pennsylvania Bar Association, Western Pa Trial Lawyers and Southwestern PA Trial Lawyers. Attorney Davis regularly donates his time to charitable causes in the County as a Guest Bartender for various organizations, participating in Career Fairs at local schools and speaking before groups at Civic and Senior Citizens organizations.

Jeremy J Davis

Attorney Jeremy Davis and Attorney Melinda Dellarose had the pleasure of presenting a Continuing Legal Education course to new members of the Fayette Bar Association.


We are happy to have Michael Mays, Widener School Law class of 2019, and Megan Yocabet, Duquesne School of Law class of 2020, as our summer law clerks.

Michael Mays

Attorney James Davis was recently named the Pennsylvania Bar Association Zone 6 Governor. He is pictured with PBA President Charles Eppolito, former Zone 6 Governor Jim Antoniono and PBA 1st VIce President Anne John at the Board of Governors retreat and meeting at Nemacolin Woodlands.