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Attorney Kevin Cox

Associate Attorney Kevin Cox


Kevin Cox joined The Lyon Firm as an Associate Attorney in 2023. Prior to joining The Lyon Firm, he served as a Judicial Extern for the Honorable Michael R. Barrett of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, a law clerk for a local personal injury firm, and, more recently, as Staff Attorney for the Honorable Alison Hatheway of the Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas.

A representative sample of work experience Kevin has achieved includes:

Judicial Law Clerk — HON. Alison Hatheway, Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas, Cincinnati, OH
  • Maintain schedules for all civil matters
  • Draft and prepare first drafts for all civil judgment entries and orders
  • Communicate with counsel as needed on judge’s behalf
  • Prepare jury instructions for all criminal and civil trials
Law Clerk — RITTGERS & RITTGERS, Cincinnati, OH
  • Drafted Pre/Post-Trial Motions
  • Prepared and reviewed discovery requests
  • Performed preliminary investigations in potential personal injury claims
  • Researched and drafted motions at all stages of litigation
Litigation/Labor & Employment Intern — Cincinnati City Law Department, Cincinnati, OH
  • Drafted Post-Arbitration Briefs
  • Researched an assortment of legal issues facing the City of Cincinnati
Summer Law Clerk — Helmer, Martins, Rice & Popham LPA., Cincinnati, OH
  • Prepared discovery requests and drafted responses to opposing counsels’ requests
  • Assisted with trial preparation, including organizing deposition binders and making demonstrative exhibits
Kevin earned his J.D. from the University of Cincinnati College of Law, where he served as Publications Editor for the University of Cincinnati Law Review. 

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