Audrey Fox concentrates her practice in all aspects of family law, including divorce, spousal and child support, child custody, prenuptial agreements, protection from abuse, and others. Ms. Fox was admitted to practice in Pennsylvania in October 2021.
Ms. Fox earned her J.D. from University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 2021, where she was awarded the Order of Barristers. Prior to law school, Ms. Fox attended Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan, earning a B.A. in classics.
Ms. Fox has worked for Neighborhood Legal Services, where she represented pro bono clients in obtaining Protection from Abuse Orders. In 2021, Ms. Fox was recognized for pro bono leadership by Pitt Law’s Legal Income Sharing Foundation.
During law school, Ms. Fox was a representative with the Student Bar Association, through which she participated in various student and faculty committees, including the Graduation Committee, Curriculum Committee, and Diversity Committee. Ms. Fox was a certified legal intern with the Securities Arbitration Clinic, where she participated in the FINRA/St. John’s School of Law Securities Dispute Resolution Triathlon. She also was awarded the CALI Award for Excellence for Securities Regulation.
Ms. Fox also earned the Thomas M. Cooley Legal Writing Award for her paper titled “The Rhetorical Significance of the American Experience: A Critical Look at Rhetoric’s Decline in the Legal and Political Communities”.
Ms. Fox is a member of the American Bar Association, Pennsylvania Bar Association, and Allegheny County Bar Association, including the ACBA’s Young Lawyers Division.