Stephen Lee Coxen

The Coxen Firm, LLC
5109 Highway 278 NE
Suite B
Covington, GA 30014

A native of Fitzgerald, Georgia, Mr. Coxen moved to the Atlanta area in 2000 while attending law school at Georgia State University College of Law. There, Mr. Coxen excelled academically and in extracurricular activities, graduating with honors, Cum Laude. While at Georgia State, Mr. Coxen was also a member of the award winning Student Trial Lawyers Association Mock Trial Team and interned at the Dekalb County Solicitor General's Office, practicing under Georgia's Third Year Practice Act, in the summer of 2002.

The experience would prove invaluable, as he began his legal career as an Assistant District Attorney in the Newton County District Attorney's Office in Covington, Georgia. There, he gained valuable trial experience prosecuting thousands of felony and misdemeanor cases, ranging from traffic violations to murder cases.

Mr. Coxen entered private practice in 2006 and has concentrated his practice in the areas of criminal defense, family law, general civil litigation and personal injury law. He is a founding partner of The Coxen Firm, LLC.

Mr. Coxen has served as a volunteer with the elementary school ministry of his local church, as the Mock Trial coach for Eastside High School and is a past member of the Georgia College Alumni Association Board of Directors.  Mr. Coxen is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and is licensed to practice in all state courts as well as the United States District Court for the Middle District of Georgia. Mr. Coxen has also served as the City Solicitor for the Municipal Court of Porterdale, Georgia. Mr. Coxen and his wife Jennifer reside in Atlanta, Georgia with their two sons, Reeves and Rhett, and their Boykin Spaniel, Jackson.


Georgia College & State University - 2000 - B.S. - Political Science
Georgia State University College of Law - 2003 - J.D., Cum Laude

Professional Associations

State Bar of Georgia
Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Georgia Court of Appeals
Georgia Supreme Court