Meet Thomas A. Cox, Jr.
It is with a sense of profound humility and great excitement that I announce my candidacy for the Fulton County Superior Court.
I am running because I am committed to fairness in our justice system. I am also committed to objectivity free of bias, that I believe simply has no place in our justice system. Finally, I will provide the citizens of Fulton County with excellent service as a member of the Superior Court.
CI am committed to ensuring fairness to all that come before the Court.
O I am also committed to objectivity free of bias that might view all people and cases through a single lens without hearing the facts.
XFinally, I will provide the Court with excellent service. My background makes me uniquely prepared to serve on the Court. If I am so fortunate as to be elected by the citizens of Fulton County, I would be the only judge on the Superior Court to have practiced law in the public sector at the federal, state and local level. My practice began in Washington D.C., at the United States Department of Justice. I have also practiced at the state and local level, including the Georgia Attorney General’s Office and the Fulton County Attorney’s Office. I have practiced both criminal and civil law, with numerous published decisions. I have been a Partner in the private sector at small medium and large law firms, including having been a Partner at 2 AmLaw 200 law firms. I have achieved the AV rating by Martindale Hubbell, the highest rating attainable by this rating agency and I have been selected as a Georgia Superlawyer. More importantly, I would be honored to serve you on the Fulton County Superior Court. I am asking for your vote and support.
Vote Thomas A. Cox, Jr., Fulton County Superior Court.
Thomas has wide ranged experience. He has worked in government as an attorney at the federal, state and local level. He has been a Partner in law firms of all sizes, including 2 AmLaw 200 firms. Thomas is also a legal columnist and published legal author, whose work has been published by the Georgia Bar Journal, The Atlanta Tribune and the Washington Post to name a few.
More importantly than any professional achievements, I am committed to serving my family. We are a part of this community.