With offices located conveniently on Main Street in the heart of Clarence Hollow, David White is proud to be a lifelong member of the Western NY community.

Since 1983, Mr. White has developed a reputation built on trust, accountability and excellence. With over 30 years of diverse legal expertise, he is able to offer the personal attention and wisdom it takes to get results that best meet each client’s needs.

Mr. White’s practice encompasses many different aspects of civil litigation with a specific focus on providing counsel for the legal needs that individuals, businesses, churches, and nonprofit corporations face on a daily basis.



ddw_3David D. White is a native of Western New York and a founding member of the law firm Sheffer, Murphy & White. The firm has offices located in both Clarence and Williamsville.

Mr. White received his Bachelor of Arts with honors from Houghton College in 1979 and his  Juris Doctorate from the University at Buffalo’s School of Law in 1982. He is a member of the New York State Bar Association, the Florida Bar Association, the Erie County Bar Association, and is also admitted to the Federal Bar, Western District of New York.

He is a member of the Christian Legal Society and the Phi Alpha Theta National Academic Honor Society.

Mr. White has a passion for higher education and provides active leadership to his alma mater Houghton College. He currently serves as the Alumni representative to the Board of Trustees, is a sitting member of the Willard J. Houghton Foundation and is also a board member and past-President of the Houghton College Alumni Association. Mr. White has also held the role of Adjunct Instructor of Economics for extension campuses of  Houghton College.




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