Previous to law school, Joshua was a director of Manhattan’s New York Kids Club and Preschool, where he directed all programming in the TriBeCa branch, integrated a new teaching team, maintained standards of NYC Departments of Health and Education, and communicated student progress to parents and care-givers. He previously served as an assistant team manager and as a teacher.
Legal and Judicial Internships
While at Rutgers Law School, Joshua worked in the Education and Health Law Clinic, partnering with graduate students in medicine and social work to serve clients in special education and health. He assisted clients in matters under the Individuals with Disabilities in Education Act (IDEA), McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act and state welfare programs. He also presented oral argument for a client before a judge in the Office of Administrative Law.