I needed a local lawyer to represent me in ongoing issues which involved emergency custody of my child. After consulting with a few trusted advisors I decided to contact the law office of David Leake as he was recommended as a young and upcoming attorney who has been busy building a solid reputation in the local legal community.
On meeting David I was impressed with his knowledge of the law and with the professional way in which he conducted business. I asked him to represent me, and I have never regretted that decision. As I stated he has been professional and knowledgeable but also very personable and caring about my case. His office manager Laura is fantastic to work with when scheduling and really provides her own personal touch to the law firm.
During the time I’ve been represented by David he has been involved in some high profile cases locally, as well as, at the State level, and has argued in front of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Yet I never felt like he didn’t take my case as seriously as he took those cases. In fact I am continually amazed at his level of commitment at every meeting.
If you’re looking for good representation, go elsewhere. If you’re looking for great representation, David is your man.
Quality Of Service
David T. Leake Esq.
Wills, Estates & Trusts
Personal Injury & Civil Cases
Firearm Law & NFA Gun Trusts
Current Employment Position(s)
Duquesne University School of Law,
Appellate Moot Court program
Mercyhurst University Honors:
Completed Philosophy Major with a 4.0 GPA Major:
Political Science Major:
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