Our History

Firm History

Griffith Davison is a boutique construction and real estate law firm with strong Texas roots. 

The firm’s founder, Scott Griffith, is a native of North Texas and grew up in the construction industry. Scott’s father owned and operated a construction company where Scott worked through the years, learning first-hand the construction industry. After graduating from Stephen F. Austin University in Nacogdoches, Texas, Scott obtained his Juris Doctor from Baylor School of Law. As a young lawyer, Scott spent several years practicing construction law at the Canterbury law firm, working alongside many of the founders of the separate discipline of “construction law” in Texas.  

In 1993 Scott left Canterbury to establish his own construction law firm, which is now known as Griffith Davison, P.C. In 1994 Kimber Davison joined the firm as one of its first associate attorneys. Kimber had also grown up in Texas and, like Scott, is a graduate of Baylor School of Law. Early on, Scott and Kimber shared a vision of growing the firm to provide the best quality legal representation for the expanding base of construction and real estate clients in Texas.

Griffith Davison has continued to grow over the years. The firm has many accomplishments to celebrate, however, what we are most proud of are the relationships formed over the years. Scott and Kimber are honored to say that many of the firms’ first clients remain clients of the firm today.

Three decades after opening its doors, Griffith Davison has not only expanded its client base but has deepened its bench of quality lawyers and grown its geographical footprint exponentially. Today, the firm remains headquartered in Dallas, Texas but has grown well beyond North Texas, representing some of the largest commercial construction and real estate clients in Texas and beyond.

“Griffith Davison has represented us for over 10 years. They have a great team that provides practical solutions-oriented legal advice and representation for our business.”

Pete Dawson, RPM xConstruction