Arthur Cox (lawyer)
The son of a doctor, Cox studied at Belvedere College and University College Dublin, where he graduated in 1913. He practiced as a solicitor in Ireland from 1915 onwards, and in 1920 established the legal firm which still bears his name. From university he came to know many who later took leading positions in the Irish Free State.
His wife, who was the widow of Kevin O'Higgins died in 1961, and he was ordained a priest in 1963. He went on a mission to Zambia where he died in a motor accident in 1965.
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