Courtney Cox, '14: Appointed to the Faculty of Fordham Law School

Fordham Law School Appoints Pamela Bookman, Courtney Cox and Sepehr Shahshahani to Faculty

Fordham Law School announced today that Pamela Bookman, Courtney Cox and Sepehr Shahshahani have been appointed to the faculty. The three professors will begin teaching classes in the fall term.

“We enthusiastically welcome Pamela, Courtney and Sepehr to Fordham Law School,” said Fordham Law Dean Matthew Diller. “They are all extremely accomplished and bring diverse backgrounds, intellectual rigor and exceptional teaching skills that will benefit our students and the entire law school community.”

Associate Professor Courtney Cox joins the law school from practice at Ropes & Gray LLP, where she was an intellectual property litigator. Her research and teaching focus on law and philosophy, intellectual property, property and torts law, with an emphasis on technology, time, and risk. Cox clerked for former Chief Judge Sandra L. Lynch of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. She previously taught philosophy as a lecturer at Oxford’s Hertford College and was a Yale Fox Fellow at Fudan University in Shanghai. Cox earned her J.D., with highest honors, from the University of Chicago Law School, where she was a Rubenstein Scholar; a doctorate in philosophy from the University of Oxford; and her B.A., magna cum laude with distinction, Phi Beta Kappa, from Yale University.

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