Josh is a Notes and Comments Editor for Yale’s Law and Policy Review and engages in public-interest litigation as part of the San Francisco Affirmative Litigation Project. He is also a Yang for New York Mayoral Campaign policy fellow, a subcommittee co-chair on YLS’s Title IX Working Group and has conducted policy advocacy and research with Law for Black Lives.
Prior to law school, Josh spent several years in consulting and private equity. As an undergraduate at Princeton, Josh studied military history and engaged in independent scholarship focused on an interdisciplinary approach to studying conflict and warfare around the world.
Josh is interested in the intersection of national security and racial justice, U.S. human rights / humanitarian rights policy, cybersecurity and elections, populism, and comparative analysis of U.S. and Nigerian protest movements. He will be joining ACLU’s Voting Rights Project this summer.