Marie Fox holds the Queen Victoria Chair of Law, in the School of Law and Social Justice at the University of Liverpool and is the Research Lead for the Law School. She has previously worked at the Universities of Lancaster, Queen’s Belfast, Manchester, Keele and Birmingham.
Marie is a co-ordinating editor of Medical Law International, and sits on the editorial boards of Social and Legal Studies and the Journal of Law and Society and the interdisciplinary journal Somatechnics.
She current supervises PhD projects which address the legal status of animals, administration of puberty blockers to gender diverse youth, causation in criminal law, the 'until death' clause in the Gender Recognition Act and supported decision-making under the Mental Capacity Act.
Marie is happy to consider PhD proposals on animal-human relations, law and reproduction, legal embodiment and health law regulation.