David Mcnamee

Currently living in the Dayton, Ohio, area, David McNamee attended the University of Notre Dame in Indiana, where he focused on political science and Mediterranean and Middle Eastern studies. After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts, McNamee enrolled in the University of Dayton School of Law, where he studied law, taking part in Moot Court and the Law Review.

He won the American Jurisprudence Award, signifying his achievement of the highest grade in his class, and graduated cum laude with a Juris Doctor. That same year, David McNamee scored in the top two percent on the bar exam, earning admission to practice law in the State of Ohio. David McNamee next accepted a position at the firm of O’Diam, Turner, McNamee, Hill & Stone, serving as an Associate Attorney. In this role, he maintained responsibility for legal research and writing, and prepared cases for trial and litigation.

He then moved on to Winwood Crossman & Associates in Dayton, Ohio, where he continued to function as an Associate Attorney: researching, writing for senior partners, and litigating cases. After this experience, David McNamee became a Partner in Stone & McNamee L.P.A. The firm focused on criminal law and domestic relations, and David McNamee concentrated on preparing cases for trial or resolution. In 2008, McNamee opened an independent firm, McNamee Law Office, L.L.C., still focusing on the legal aspects of issues such as divorce, custody, juvenile work, child support, and dissolution, as well as criminal law. David McNamee oversees the daily operations of the firm and emphasizes the principles of professionalism, courtesy, and promptness.

Believing that all clients should have a thorough understanding of the legal process, David McNamee and his staff communicate straightforward information to clients on a regular basis. In addition to managing his firm, David McNamee maintains professional affiliations with a variety of organizations, including the Greene County Bar Association, the Dayton Bar Association, and the Family Law Forum. He also gives back to his community, providing pro bono services for survivors of domestic violence.