Associate Professor of Law
Director, Center for Health Law Policy & Bioethics
- LLM, 2013, Georgetown University Law Center
- JD, 2010, Yale Law School
- DPhil, 2007, Oxford University
- AB, 2004, Harvard College
Areas of Expertise
Professor Fox teaches and writes in the areas of criminal law and procedure, health law and bioethics, and the regulation of technology.
Fox served as a law clerk to the Honorable Stephen Reinhardt of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. He has also worked at the law firm of Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz; the consulting firm of McKinsey & Company; and the Civil Appellate Staff at the U.S. Department of Justice. Fox is a reviewer for leading journals of bioethics and law and a regular contributor to Bill of Health and Huffington Post. He serves on advisory boards of the American Constitutional Society and the Palgrave Macmillan book series on Law, Neuroscience, and Human Behavior.
Honors and Affiliations
Fox was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship to attend Oxford University, where he earned his doctorate in political theory and served as lecturer in politics and philosophy. He then received a Soros Fellowship for New Americans to attend Yale Law School. All three years there, the faculty awarded him the Gruter Prize for best paper in law and the biosciences. He was also twice recognized for teaching excellence and served as projects editor for the Yale Law Journal. Fox works on several grants awarded by the National Institutes of Health on topics including genomic privacy and translational medicine. He has been widely quoted as a legal expert in Reuter’s, Bloomberg, National Geographic, National Public Radio, the Atlantic, Boston Globe, and Washington Post.
Fox's publications include “Reproductive Negligence” in Columbia Law Review (forthcoming 2017); “Constitutional Retroactivity in Criminal Procedure” in 91 Washington Law Review 463 (with Stein) (2016); “Religion and the Unborn under the First Amendment” in Law, Religion, and Health in America (Cohen, Sepper, and Lynch, eds.) (2016); “Selective Procreation” in 64 UCLA Law Review Discourse (forthcoming 2016); “Dualism and Doctrine” in 90 Indiana Law Journal 975 (with Stein) (2015); “Race Sorting in Family Formation” in 49 Family Law Quarterly 57 (2015); “The State's Interest in Potential Life” in 43 Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 345 (2015); “Interest Creep” in 82 George Washington Law Review 273 (2014); “Neuro-Voir Dire and the Architecture of Bias” in 65 Hastings Law Journal 999 (2014); and “Racial Classification in Assisted Reproduction” in 118 Yale Law Journal 1844 (2009).