David Fox is a Fellow of St John’s College and a Lecturer in Law in the University of Cambridge, where he teaches Equity, Land Law, Personal Property, Commercial Trusts Law and Restitution.
He writes on trusts and property law generally, and has a particular interest in property rights in money, the title and subject of his recent book (OUP, 2008). He is also a contributing author to Ruoff and Roper, Registered Conveyancing and Snell’s Equity (31st edition).
He completed pupillage at Maitland Chambers in 2006. During this period he sat with Christopher R Parker QC, James Clifford and Daniel Margolin, and was exposed to a wide range of advisory and litigation work, particularly in pensions and property.
David is available to advise on aspects of trusts, property, and general contract disputes.
Snell's Equity (32nd Edition), Contributor
Property Rights in Money, Author
Ruoff and Roper, Registered Conveyancing, Contributor
Chancery Bar Association
BA, LLB (Otago, New Zealand), PhD (Cantab.)