Doylestown, PA – According to members of the Bucks County Bar Association (“BCBA”), Grace M. Deon, Esq. was the highest recommended candidate for a judicial seat on the Court of Common Pleas of Bucks County.


The purpose of the BCBA Merit Selection Committee is to inform and educate the public and the press about the judicial races in Bucks County. Judicial candidates were asked to complete a questionnaire and were invited to participate in a live interview at the BCBA. After these two events, members of the BCBA were asked to evaluate each of the ten judicial candidates.


The results of the survey are available here:


“I am honored and humbled that the BCBA membership who returned ballots ranked me as “Highly Recommended” more than any of the other nine candidates reviewed,” said Ms. Deon. “These results validate that my peers recognize and endorse the importance of a candidate who has extensive experience, integrity, competence and civility in the practice of law.”


Ms. Deon is a shareholder and member of Eastburn and Gray’s management committee and has practiced law for 27 years. Her practice focuses on Employment, Commercial and Special Education litigation. She previously served as the President of the BCBA. She has resided in Bucks County for 42 years, and for more than three decades, she has actively participated as a board member and fundraiser for numerous non-profit agencies throughout Bucks County.




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