Joseph M. Cox
255 South Orange AvenueSuite 1260Orlando, FL 32801
T: 407.734.7020F: 407.930.9180
Joseph Cox is an Associate in the Orlando office of Weinberg Wheeler Hudgins Gunn & Dial.
Following his graduation from Michigan State University College of Law, Joseph practiced in Colorado, handling a wide range of insurance defense cases. After practicing for three years in Colorado, he attended the University of Arizona from which he obtained his Ph.D. in international relations. Joseph is the author of numerous published articles, and he brings his extensive legal and academic background in research, writing, and speaking skills to the firm’s Insurance Coverage Practice Group.
Florida Gulf Coast University, B.A., cum laude, 2009
Michigan State University College of Law, J.D., summa cum laude, 2012
University of Arizona, School of Government & Public Policy, Ph.D., 2021
Bar & Court Admissions
- U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado
Awards & Recognitions
Michael P. Sullivan Graduate Research Award in International Relations
Professional & Community Activities
International Studies Association (ISA), member (2016 – present)
Orange County Bar Association, member
News & Publications
Cox, J.M., et al. “Recent Developments in Insurance Coverage Litigation.” Tort, Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal 50(2) (2015): 439-468.
Cox, J.M., et al. “Recent Developments in Insurance Coverage Litigation.” Tort, Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal 49 (2013): 271-295.
Cox, J.M. “Forget Me Not: The Battle for Private Situs Roadside Memorials in the Wake of American Atheists v. Duncan.” Northwestern Interdisciplinary Law Review 5(1) (2012): 1-38.
Cox, J.M. & R. V. Nostrand. “Wielding the Gavel or Balancing the Scales? Domestic Legal Systems and Post-Conflict Justice.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 67(1) (2023): 122-149.
Braithwaite, J.M., J.M. Cox & M. Farry. “Tactics of Resistance and Post-Conflict Judicial Independence.” Journal of Peace Research 59(6) (2022): 779-793.
Braithwaite, A., J.M. Cox & F. Ghosn. “Should I Stay or Should I Go? The Decision to Flee or Stay Home During Civil War.” International Interactions 47(2) (2021): 221-236.
Cox, J.M. “Negotiating Justice: Ceasefires, Peace Agreements, and Post-Conflict Justice.” Journal of Peace Research 57(3) (2020): 466-481.
Cox, J.M. “Keeping Out of Harm’s Way? Constitutional Due Process and State Repression.” Journal of Human Rights 19(3) (2020): 307-324.
Cox, J.M. “Courts Caught in Conflict? Institutional Trust and Social Conflict.” Juris Poiesis 22(29) (2019): 28-54.