Josh Bishop grew up in Redlands, California and Orem, UT, and spent two years as a full-time, Hungarian-speaking missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Budapest, Hungary. He graduated in 2011 from Brigham Young University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a minor in political science, and worked as a teaching and research assistant for multiple professors during his time there. He and his wife welcomed their first child into their home in 2013, and they love watching her learn and develop. During the summer of 2013, Josh worked as an intern for the Utah Fourth District Court and for a law firm in Rochester, New York. He enjoyed volunteering for the 2012 International Law and Religion Symposium, and looks forward to further involvement in 2013 with the International Center for Law and Religion Studies, the Family Law Society, and the Government & Politics Legal Society.