Mr. Fox completed his Juris Doctorate at Florida State University College of Law. In addition, he earned a Master of Science in Planning through Florida State University’s Department of Urban and Regional Planning. While at Florida State, Mr. Fox was awarded an assistantship and helped contribute to an international work on planning ethics.
In addition, Mr. Fox presented an original work on legal ethics at the 2008 Florida State University Film and Literature Conference and the 2009 Florida State University Graduate Creativity Exposition.
Marlowe Fox completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Louisville where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Medical Humanities. The curriculum focused largely on bioethics and Mr. Fox maintains a continued interest in this ever-growing field.
As a judicial clerk for Jefferson County Circuit Court Judge Honorable A.C. McKay Chauvin, Mr. Fox was able to gain invaluable experience seeing things from a judge’s perspective. His work included drafting judicial orders on a variety of issues including, but not limited to: commercial litigation, medical malpractice, premises liability and debt collection.
Giving back to the community has always been an essential part of Mr. Fox’s legal practice. He has performed pro bono work for the following legal aid organizations: Tallahassee Legal Aid Foundation, 1000 Friends of Florida, Legal Services of North Florida, Louisville Legal Aid Society, and Florida Rural Legal Services.
Mr. Fox has recently co-authored a book review of Marouf Hasian’s Rhetorical Vectors of Memory in National and International Holocaust for the Southern Journal of Communication.
Mr. Fox is currently licensed to practice law in Florida.