Partner Robert Cox was asked to speak on diversity at the Annual Meeting of the Themis Advocates Group, a national network of civil trial attorneys with an emphasis on Trust, Value and Innovation. Robert spoke on the impact of two Supreme Court cases in his life – Plessy v. Ferguson and Brown v. Topeka Board of Education.
Robert’s presentation on how these two decisions impacted his life, and have set the tone for change in America, was well received by the entire audience. Robert regularly speaks to national groups on a variety of areas, including transportation law, evidence preservation, premises liability, trial skills and more.
Robert Cox is a trial lawyer that leaves no stone unturned when helping his clients. Robert’s commitment to his clients goes beyond his passion and dedication during the litigation process. Not only does he help educate his clients on each step of a particular matter and evaluate the matter using his over 25 years of experience, he stands ready to go into the field whenever needed to give his clients the upper hand. Robert’s commitment may range from on the scene accident observation and investigation, to wearing work boots in many environments, to appearing before a jury to argue on behalf of his clients.