Grace Deon received the most “Highly Recommended” votes of any of the 10 judicial candidates, by Bucks County Bar Association members in anonymous, non-partisan survey reviewing essential judicial qualities & is endorsed by the Bucks County Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #53!
Broad and Extensive Legal and Litigation Experience
Grace Deon has 27 years of diverse legal experience. Having argued cases before numerous Federal, State, and County courts, Grace has an extensive litigation background.
Grace is a shareholder and member of Eastburn and Gray P.C.’s Management Committee and Litigation Department where she represents individuals, companies and municipalities in civil litigation matters. Grace’s concentration at present is in commercial, employment and special education litigation. However, over the years, she has handled a variety of cases. Her diverse background includes matters involving personal injury, zoning and land use, family law, real estate and trusts and estates.
In addition to the United States Supreme Court, she is admitted to practice before the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Supreme Courts; the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit; the United States District Court for the Eastern and Middle Districts of Pennsylvania; and all United States District Courts for the State of New Jersey.
In 2003, Grace was approved by the judges of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania to serve as a federal arbitrator.
She is a former President of the Bucks County Bar Association, having served the organization in nearly every Executive Leadership role. Additionally, Grace served multiple years as Chair of the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Legal Services for Exceptional Children Committee.
Grace donates her legal expertise to the Bucks County Legal Aid Society, where she has represented, pro-bono, victims of domestic abuse. She also represents elderly and disabled individuals in the community who may require ADA accommodations whether in the workplace, in an apartment or in a public setting, such as the need to be accompanied by a service dog.
Service, Honors and Memberships
SErvice to Our Community
Grace is a 42-year resident of Bucks County. She grew up in Buckingham Township and is a Central Bucks School District graduate. She has resided in Northampton Township for 27 years with her husband, Vincent, and daughter, Aubrey, who graduated from Bucknell University in May with a degree in Biology. Grace and her family believe deeply in serving their community. She has served and continues to serve many local organizations, including the Bucks County Foundation, the National Alliance for Mental Illness, and the Network of Victim Assistance. She represents the disabled, abused, and elderly, pro-bono, to ensure our most vulnerable have access to excellent legal assistance.
Honors & awards
Recognized by her peers and our community for her excellent work in law and service to Bucks County, Grace has been the recipient of the Ted Lindeman Humanitarian Award and the Pennsylvania Bar Association Special Achievement Award. She has been recognized as one of the Best 50 Women in Business and for multiple years, one of Pennsylvania’s Top 50 Women Attorneys and Top 100 Philadelphia-area attorneys.
Professional Memberships & Admissions
Grace values the integrity of her profession. That’s why she donates her time and talents to local, county and state legal organizations, serving in leadership roles for the Pennsylvania Bar Association and Bucks County Bar Association as well as an Arbitrator for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.