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Breyon J. Davis

Los Angeles

Breyon J. Davis (“Bree”) graduated from Southwestern Law School in 2007 where she participated in moot court, mock trial, received “The Best Oralist in the Western Region” award of the Black Law Students Association (“BLSA”) Moot Court Competitions, was a BLSA Scholarship recipient and President.  Bree’s completed two bachelor’s degrees from the University of Washington in Seattle, studying both Political Science and Theater Performance.  Bree furthered her scholastic endeavors with a masters degree in Political Science concentrating on American Government at California State University in Los Angeles.   

Before opening her solo practice in 2010, Bree externed for the Honorable Michael E. Pastor of the Los Angeles County Superior Court. She honed her legal writing skills early when developing responses to Writs of Habeas Corpus on behalf of the Attorney General Office of California.  Bree is ascribed with composing bench briefs for Sacramento County Superior Court Judges regarding legal execution of Probation Revocation Hearings.  Having conducted numerous preliminary hearings, trials and law/motion arguments thereby acquiring background, training and experience from all angles of litigation, Bree has diversified her understanding of what each unique case needs. 

Prior to joining the firm, Bree retained savvy business clients.  She litigated disputes in state and federal courts between partners, conducted business valuations for buy-outs, brought and defended lawsuits involving misappropriation of trade secrets, misrepresentation, fraud, contract breaches and wrongful interference with business prospectives and advantages.  Bree further litigated intersecting issues including landlord/tenant matters, defending and prosecuting unlawful detainers, negotiating commercial lease agreements, premises liability complaints, personal injury claims and labor and employment related disputes.

Bree is a member of The State Bar of California, The Beverly Hills Bar Association and has a passion for creative cooking.


State Bar of California, 2010 

State Bar of Washington, 2010


Southwestern Law School, JD, 2007

California State University, Masters, 2007

University of Washington, BA, 2004


Institute for the Advancement of Criminal Justice Journal, July 2008                              

Victims Rights in Death Penalty Cases: “The Evolution of the Victim Rights Legislation: Past, Present and Future,” 


Creative Cooking