Theodore Cox received his A.B. from the University of Michigan in 1917. He joined the army before returning to the University of Virginia School of Law, from which he graduated in 1922. Cox joined the faculty of the William & Mary School of Jurisprudence in 1930 and became dean in 1932. He took a leave of absence from 1942-1946 to serve as a lieutenant-colonel in the army. Dudley Woodbridge served as the acting dean in his absence. In the fall of 1946 Theodore Cox returned to his post as Dean of the School of Jurisprudence and held this position until his death in May 1947.
Theodore Cox's publications are available here.
Woodbridge Named Acting Dean of Jurisprudence
Richmond Times-Dispatch at 5 (November 14, 1942)
Book Review of The Government of Labor Relations in Sweden, Theodore S. Cox
91 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 371-373 (1942)
The Doctrine of Judicial Review and Its Relation to a Declared Purpose or Policy of a Statute, Theodore S. Cox
2 Washington and Lee Law Review 177-190 (1941)
Law at William and Mary, Theodore S. Cox
8 The Alumni Gazette (The College of William and Mary in Virginia) 6-7, 22-24 (December 1940)
Book Review of The Country Lawyer: Essays in Democracy, Theodore S. Cox
27 Georgetown Law Journal 511-513 (1939)
Book Review of State and National Power over Commerce, Theodore S. Cox
24 Virginia Law Review 92-95 (1937)
Book Review of The Commerce Power versus States Rights: "Back to the Constitution", Theodore S. Cox
23 Virginia Law Review 361-363 (1937)