Stephen Davis

Partner, True North Law Group

Topics: Constitution • Election Law • Environmental Law & Property Rights • Federal Courts • Federalism • Federalism & Separation of Powers • Federalist Society • Founding Era & History • Free Speech & Election Law • Politics • Religious Liberties • Religious Liberty

Steve is a partner at True North Law LLC specializing in trial and appellate property rights litigation in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, federal district courts and courts of appeals, and in the US Supreme Court. Steve also specializes in election litigation, representing high-profile political campaigns and organizations in matters that include redistricting, ballot access challenges, recounts, and post-election challenges. Steve has appeared extensively before many federal courts in Fifth Amendment takings and election law cases and has appeared as co-counsel in the U.S. Supreme Court and submitted several Supreme Court amicus briefs on behalf of property rights organizatons and scholars.

Before Steve joined True North Law, he was a trial and appellate litigator at Arent Fox LLP and Larson O’Brien LLP. Prior to entering private practice, Steve served as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Eastern District of Missouri. Steve also served as the Missouri Election Day Operations Director for the Mitt Romney presidential campaign, where he oversaw all election law-related issues in the state. Earlier in his career, Steve was elected as the 62nd Chief Clerk and Administrator of the Missouri House of Representatives. Steve clerked for Judge Stephen N. Limbaugh, Jr., of the US District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri and also clerked for the US Senate Judiciary Committee.

  • JD, University of Missouri School of Law, (Missouri Law Review, Missouri Environmental Law and Policy Review), 1999 
  • BA, Brigham Young University, 1995 


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