Personal Injury Malpractice (Legal & Medical) Estates Municipal Law Real Estate Criminal & Civil Jed Davis is a graduate of Princeton College and Yale Law School. He belongs to the bars of the States of Maine and New York, and has been admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, the United States Court of Military Appeals, and various United States district and appellate courts. He was an officer in the U.S. Naval Reserve Judge Advocate General's office. Jed has served on the Maine Commission on Governmental Ethics and Election Practices, and, while practicing law, served as Manager of the Towns of Fayette and Readfield, Maine. As one of the founders of the Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine, Jed has served as the Center's president, and is currently a member of its Board of Directors. Jed is also a member of the Augusta (Maine) Boys and Girls Club Board of Directors, and is on the Planning Board of Fayette, Maine (where he resides). Jed has been practicing law full-time since 1963 and has argued many cases before the Maine Supreme Court and other appellate courts. His plan is to emulate his father, Phillip Davis, who practiced law until the age of 89. Jim Mitchell, born Little Rock, Arkansas, January 19.1942, admitted to bar, 1971, Arkansas and Connecticut, 1972, Maine, 1974, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Arkansas and U.S. District Court, District of Maine, 1979, U.S. Supreme Court. Education: Princeton University (B.A., cum laude, 1964), Yale University (J.D., 1971). Author: "Mitchell, Tower Publishers, 1981: "Usury in Arkansas," University of Arkansas Law Review, 1972, "Pennsylvania v. Lynn, The Rest of the Iceberg," University of Detroit. Journal of Urban Law, 1975, Usury in Arkansas Revised, Revisited and Reviewed" Mitchell & Barrier, University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Journal 1979, Judge of Probate (Part-time), Kennebec County, Maine, 1979-[resent, Chair and Director, Maine State Housing Authority, 1973-1975 [Capt., USMC, 1965-1968]. Languages: Spanish. Reported Cases: State v. Bavouset 2001 ME 141, 784 A. 2d 27, Mitchell and Davis v. Lavigne 2001 ME 67, 770 A. 2d 109, Estate of Pearl McCormick 2001 ME 24, 765 A. 2d 552, Jones v. Route 4 Trucking 634 A. 2d 1306 (ME 1993), Estate of Whitlock, 615 A. 2d 1173 (ME 1992), Burton v. Merrill, 612 A. 2d 862 (ME 1992, Goodwin v. Alexatos, 584 So, 2d 1007 (Fla. 5th DCA 1991), Sleamaker v. Hammond 576 A. 2d 753 (ME 1990), Anderson v. Kennebec River Pulp and Paper Co., 433 A. 2d 752 (ME 1981). Jim Mitchell has been the Kennebec County Judge of Probate since 1979. He is the author of Maine Probate Manual, Tower Publishing Co., 1981, currently published as Maine Probate Procedure by Batterworths. He practices with Jim Mitchell and Jed Davis, P.A. of Augusta, with significant concentration in probate, commercial and tort litigation. Mr. Mitchell was lead counsel on two significant probate cases decided by the Law Court, Estate of Pearl McCormick 2001 ME 24 and Estate of Whitlock 615 A. 2d 1173 (ME 1992). He is a member of the bar in Arkansas, Connecticut, Maine and several Federal Courts.