Attorney Profile

An Attorney With Dedication, Experience and Honesty

As a former district judge, a former county court at law judge and a currently practicing attorney, Rick Davis has gained valuable insight into a multitude of legal problems that people face. Rick's work and experience on both sides of the bench have benefited many in Bryan and College Station, Texas, and throughout the Brazos Valley.

Prior to becoming a lawyer, Rick obtained his undergraduate education at Texas A&M University, served as an armor officer in the Texas Army National Guard and worked as an engineer at NASA in Clearlake (Houston), Texas. His broad background has equipped him with the analytical skills necessary to tackle complex legal issues while still providing efficient service with a personal touch.

In his spare time, Rick Davis authored "The Prison Sermons," a collection of messages that offer inspiration and hope to inmates as well as to their families and friends.

Please follow the link below to learn more about Rick Davis' education and background.

To discuss your specific legal needs, contact Rick Davis, Attorney at Law, at 979-779-4357 to schedule a free initial consultation.

Bryan, TX

Phone: 979-779-4357
Toll Free: 800-499-1749
Fax: 888-435-4080

Client Reviews
I would definitely recommend Rick Davis to other people. His service was excellent and he treats you like family. He is extremely kind and sincere and he truly helps in time of need. He believes in equality among human beings. Mansour H.
His name is on the door and you get him as your lawyer, not someone grinding along trying to generate billable hours so they can be a partner some day. Knows the local legal scene; the players and their personalities. Very thorough and has a great staff working for him. I highly recommend Mr Davis!! Scott B.
I did not know where to turn for assistance, but I was referred to Rick Davis' office by a friend. I was impressed by the professionalism Mr. Davis and his staff exhibited throughout my case. I would highly recommend Mr. Davis and his staff and would hire them again should it ever become necessary. Irene