Mrs Caroline Cox
Caroline is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Law at the University of Portsmouth teaching on the Equity & Trusts, Research and Professional Development and CILEx units.
Caroline is a tutor for the University of Portsmouth's Faculty of Business and Law Practical Lawyer programme. This unique unit enables final year undergraduate students to work on projects in the real world where they meet and advise clients under the supervision of staff. Caroline currently works with two students who are working with a local museum and advising on matters of intellectual property and art law.
Her research centers on CITES (The Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species of wild fauna and flora) and her current project considers the role of the British antiques trade in the sale of ivory.
Art and antiquity