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Joshua Hoyt grew up in Casa Grande—a small cotton town in rural Arizona. In 2012, he earned his bachelor’s degree in Applied Biological Science from Arizona State University, where he graduated summa cum laude. After graduation, Josh spent several years working as an advisor to diplomats in the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs, later working as the vice president of The Ulmer Institute for urban trauma, a 501(c)(3) start-up in Los Angeles focused on addressing urban trauma through a partnership between the African-American and Jewish communities. During his 1L summer, Josh served as an intern at the Department of Justice Office of Legal Policy. For his 2L summer, Josh worked as a summer associate at the Washington, D.C. office of Jones Day. Currently, Josh works part-time as a legal extern in the office of Tennessee Governor, Bill Lee. After graduation, he will clerk for Judge Andy Oldham on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in Austin, Texas.