Devin Rafus is a Georgia native. Devin attended Georgia State University and graduated in 2015 with cum laude honors with a B.A. in Political Science and a minor in Economics.
Devin then went on to excel at the Georgia State University College of Law, graduating in 2019 with cum laude honors. While in law school, Devin was recognized for his pro bono work and earned a public service distinction from GSU. After his first year, he clerked for Justice David Nahmias at the Georgia Supreme Court. Devin was an active member of the Student Trial Lawyers Association, where his team won the 2017 William Daniel National Mock Trial Competition; he was also involved in Moot Court, where he competed in Jessup – the largest moot court competition in the world. By his third year in law school, he was already representing domestic violence victims in Cobb County and prosecuting misdemeanors in Gwinnett County.
Devin continued to demonstrate his academic expertise when he was asked to help teach the law school’s Advocacy class. Based on his advocacy skills, Devin received the STLA Advocacy Scholarship and was one of eight students to be inducted into the Order of Barristers. Devin was also a pupil in the Logan E. Bleckley Inn of Court.
Not only does Devin passionately represent clients at the trial level, but he also practices criminal appellate work. Less than one week after getting sworn in to practice law, Devin was arguing before the Supreme Court of Georgia on behalf of his client. Devin has also represented clients at every level of the appeals process.
Devin is married to Brittney Rafus, and they enjoy watching movies, playing competitive sports, and hiking with their Great Dane, Ronan.