Professional Experience

Partner, Kelly, Parker & Cohen


Vermont Law School
Honors: Included in Who’s Who: American Law Schools
Client Distinction Award from the American Registry as recognized by Martindale-Hubbell
Susquehanna University
Academic Achievement Award

Lee S. Cohen is a partner practicing in administrative, civil and criminal litigation, with particular emphasis on personal injury, criminal law, contracts, and professional and business licensure law.

Mr. Cohen has obtained numerous not guilty verdicts and dismissals on behalf of his clients in complex felony and misdemeanor cases. He successfully argued to overturn a conviction that occurred prior to his being retained and secured a not guilty verdict thereafter. Mr. Cohen has also successfully argued before the Pennsylvania Appellate courts, having convictions overturned and positive rulings for his clients upheld.

Mr. Cohen received the Client Distinction Award from the American Registry as recognized by Martindale-Hubbell. This award was given as a direct result of his clients’ positive opinions and recommendations.

He is a member of the Pennsylvania and Dauphin County Bar Associations. A former York County Deputy Prosecutor, he is a 2002 graduate of Vermont Law School, where he was a National Dean’s List student, received the Academic Achievement Award and was included in Who’s Who: American Law Schools. He is also a 1999 graduate of Susquehanna University (B.S.), where he was a four-year member of the NCAA Varsity Football Team and President of the Conditioning Club.

Mr. Cohen has and continues to volunteer as a youth coach for soccer, baseball and softball. He also sponsors many youth sports teams and activities, including the Healthy Kids Running series.