For the Michigan politician, see Laura Cox (politician).
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Dame Laura Mary Cox, DBE (born 8 November 1951), styled The Hon. Mrs Justice Cox, is an English High Court judge of the Queen's Bench Division. She was formerly a barrister who specialised in employment law, discrimination and human rights.
Head of Cloisters Chambers, Temple (1995–2002)
Chairperson of the Bar Council Sex Discrimination Committee (1995–99) and Equal Opportunities Committee (1999–2002)
Bencher of the Inner Temple; member of the Independent Human Rights Organization Justice (former Council member) and *Lawyers of Liberty (the National Council for Civil Liberties), co-founder
Vice-President of the Institute of Employment Rights
Panel of Experts advising the Cambridge University Independent Review of Discrimination Legislation, panel member
Honorary Fellow of Queen Mary College, London University (2005)
Council of the University of London (2003–06), member
President of the Association of Women Barristers
United Kingdom Association of Women Judges, committee member
She was appointed as a Queen's Bench Division judge in the High Court on 4 November 2002, and was awarded, as customary, a damehood (DBE).
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