Mr. John Aubry Davis is the managing partner of JA DAVIS & ASSOCIATES, LLP a position he has held since 2003. Prior to becoming the managing partner of JA DAVIS, Mr. Davis was a founding partner of the San Antonio Law Firm of MATTHEWS & DAVIS, LLP. Mr. Davis is a veteran and served in the US Army's Intelligence and Security Command from 1983-1987 after attending the US Army Intelligence School. After being honorably discharged from active duty, Mr. Davis attended the University of Arizona where he received his Bachelor's of Science degree in 1990. Subsequently, in 1994 Mr. Davis went on to attend law school at St. Mary's University. While attending St. Mary's, Mr. Davis actively participated in trial advocacy competitions and was selected as a member of the St. Mary's University's Jessup Moot Court team. Mr. Davis received his Juris Doctor from St. Mary's University in 1997. In July 1997 Mr. Davis took and passed the Arizona Bar Examination. In February 1998 Mr. Davis took and passed the Texas Bar Examination and has been licensed to practice law in the state of Texas since 1998. In 2009, Mr. Davis was elected to the Board of Directors of the San Antonio Trial Lawyers Association and as of 2012 continues to serve as an elected member of the Board. Mr. Davis is a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, the American Bar Association, the San Antonio Bar Association and is an Executive Counsel Member of the State Bar of Texas Workers Compensation Section. On several occasions, Mr. Davis has been invited by the State Bar of Texas to attend and speak at the State Bar of Texas' Advanced Workers' Compensation Law Seminar; a seminar calibrated to educate attorneys who are actively engaged in the practice of workers' compensation law. Additionally Mr. Davis has actively participated in the Legislative process on the behalf of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association and injured workers during the last several legislative sessions. Mr. Davis represents injured parties in court and before administrative agencies and recently (December 2009) was a member of a trial team that obtained a 70,000,000.00 dollar verdict against an insurance company for violations of the Texas Insurance Code.