Lee Davis Named Fellow To The American Board Of Criminal Lawyers

Monday, October 21, 2019
Lee Davis
Lee Davis

The American Board of Criminal Lawyers at their annual meeting in Charleston, S.C. unanimously accepted Lee Davis as a Fellow. 

Membership to the American Board of Criminal Lawyers is by invitation only, and only after intensive vetting through lawyers across the region and recommendations by well respected judges is acceptance of a Fellow granted.

Membership to this most coveted organization is for exceptional Constitutional Lawyers involved in Criminal Defense and is awarded based upon their accomplishments and upon recommendations from the bench and bar, said officials.

Mr. Davis was nominated by ABCL member Jerry Summers.

Mr. Davis said, “I’m grateful for this recognition and am humbled to be joining the ranks of nationally recognized courtroom lawyers with members from our region like Jerry Summers and Bobby Lee Cook.”

Mr. Davis will be presented a plaque and be introduced as a Fellow in Palm Springs, Ca. to the membership at their February 2020 meeting.



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