John-David Coker

Associate Attorney

J.D., The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, 2017

B.S., University of Maryland, Global Campus, United Kingdom, 2012

Admitted to Practice Commonwealth of Virginia, 2018
District of Columbia, 2020
Bar Activities

Fairfax Bar Association

Virginia Bar Association

Virginia Trial Lawyers Association


John-David Coker is an associate attorney at Cook Craig & Francuzenko, PLLC. Mr. Coker joined Cook Craig & Francuzenko after previously working for Stern & Eisenberg. Mr. Coker concentrates his practice on constitutional rights, civil rights and business & commercial law.

Mr. Coker is licensed to practice law in The Commonwealth of Virginia and the District of Columbia. He is a member of the Virginia Bar Association, Fairfax Bar Association and The Virginia Trial Lawyers Association. Mr. Coker appears primarily in the Civil & General district courts of Northern Virginia.

Mr. Coker obtained his Bachelors of Science in Political Science from University of Maryland Global Campus, while living in The United Kingdom, where he was admitted to the dean’s list for academic excellence.

Mr. Coker obtained his J.D. from The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law where he was involved in The Innocence Project and Clemency Clinic. While in school he interned the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Montgomery County State’s Attorney’s Office of Maryland.

Prior to law school, Mr. Coker worked in the retail and grocery industries as a sales associate and customer service representative, respectfully. Mr. Coker is originally from Savannah, Georgia and previously lived in the Fairfax area 15-year years ago. Mr. Coker lives on a small cattle farm with his fiancée, Carin, and their miniature Dachshund, Chip.

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