Christopher L. Fox


Christopher L. Fox focuses his practice on criminal defense and civil litigation. Mr. Fox earned his J.D. magna cum laude from Seton Hall University School of Law in 2012, where he was also an Articles Editor of the Seton Hall Law Review, a member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution team, and a Research Fellow at the school's Center for Policy and Research.  At the latter, he researched and co-authored whitepapers on the continued detention of citizens and enemy aliens at Guantanamo Bay. 

Mr. Fox also participated in the school’s Center for Social Justice Impact Litigation Clinic, which focuses on federal appellate cases.  The Impact Litigation Clinic was appointed pro bono counsel in the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit for an indigent inmate’s appeal of his § 1983 civil rights case that had been dismissed with prejudice.  Instead of merely working to have the dismissal reversed and the cases reinstated and remanded to District Court where the indigent client would have had to again proceed pro se, Mr. Fox and his partner’s advocacy resulted in a favorable settlement for the client, ensuring compensation for his injuries.  

Prior to graduation, Mr. Fox interned for the Hon. Michael Shipp, U.S.M.J. for the District of New Jersey.  Mr. Fox also takes a particular interest in Fourth Amendment privacy rights, having published Checking In: Historic Cell Site Location Information and the Stored Communications Act in the Seton Hall Law Review in April 2012.  In 2006, Mr. Fox received his Bachelor’s degree in Government from the University of Texas at Austin. 

You can contact Christopher L. Fox at

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