Alan Davis: Vice President
The Honorable Alan G. Davis took the bench as the fourth Chief Magistrate of the Delaware Justice of the Peace Court in July 2005. Before becoming Chief Magistrate, he was an attorney with the Georgetown firm of Henry Clay Davis III, P.A. and served as chief minority counsel for the state House of Representatives. He taught criminal law and procedure on an adjunct basis at Delaware Technical and Community College, and prior to his tenure on the bench, chaired the Governor’s Advisory Council on Shell Fisheries. He clerked for Judges Lee, Graves, Stokes, and Bradley in Delaware Superior Court in Sussex County before entering private practice. Judge Davis worked at the Delaware Department of Transportation in advance of embarking on his career in law, coordinating public and media relations, and acting as the department’s legislative liaison. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia and received his J.D. from Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, Delaware. He is happily married with two children, the oldest is a graduate of The Jefferson School.