Josh grew up in Orem, Utah and served a full-time, Spanish-speaking mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Mesa, Arizona. He finished his degree in Psychology in 2009 and then worked as a domestic court clerk in the 4th District court in Provo before starting law school. He is involved with the Immigration Law Forum, Family Law Society, and Law School Choir. He enjoys traveling and spending time with his wife and two children. Josh sang in choirs during his undergraduate years and played the guitar as well as other instruments. Now he loves to sing and read to his children in both English and Spanish. As a 2011 Student Research Fellow for the International Center for Law and Religion Studies Josh worked with the Area Legal Counsel for the LDS church in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and contributed major revisions to the Immigration chapter of the Treatise Religious Organizations and the Law. A member of the Recruitment Team of the 2011 Student Executive Committee for the International Law and Religion Symposium, Josh returned in 2012 as Team Chair.