Robert O. Bozeman is the Managing Partner of Davis Bozeman Johnson Law. His practice is dedicated to providing strong and effective representation to those who have been injured due to the wrong or negligent actions of others. Bozeman gained extensive civil litigation experience at King & Spalding, a large international law firm, where he practiced civil defense in the Intellectual Property group. He then began to concentrate his practice on personal injury cases at an Atlanta-based boutique personal injury law firm.
Bozeman handles a range of cases, including but not limited to, trucking and auto accidents, wrongful death, civil assault and battery, and premises liability. He is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and is admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia and the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. Bozeman is a graduate of the State Bar of Georgia’s Young Lawyer’s Division Leadership Academy. He is an Atlanta native and the son of Drs. Robert and Sylvia Bozeman are long-time math professors at Morehouse and Spelman College, respectively.
Bozeman graduated from Lakeside High School in Dekalb County, Georgia. Upon graduating, he was a National Achievement Scholar and was awarded a full scholarship to attend engineering school at Florida A&M University in Tallahassee, Florida. Bozeman graduated magna cum laude with a degree in chemical engineering. He then worked for three years as a chemical engineer for Cargill Incorporated, the world’s largest privately-owned company, until he followed his dream of attending law school.
Bozeman attended law school at Georgia State University College of Law. After his first year of law school, he was awarded a full scholarship for excelling in the areas of real estate and real estate investing. Bozeman also served as treasurer of the Black Law Students Association. He is an active member and deacon at Friendship Baptist Church, where, in 2007, he was the Chairman of Friendship’s Men’s Month/Day. Bozeman welcomes the opportunity to be "Your Attorney, Advocate, and Friend".