Joshua is a Guatemalan immigrant who holds a Bachelor's degree in Political Science from CSUSB and a Juris Doctorate degree from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles. While at Loyola, Joshua obtained a Real Estate Certificate through LMU, participated in the national HNBA Moot Court Team, and worked with Loyola's Tax Appeals Appellate Clinic arguing tax appeals before the Franchise Tax Board (FTB).
Additionally, Joshua was a member of various student organizations. He served as Liaison for the Los Angeles County Bar Association Young Barrister's (LACBA), as Fundraising Co-Chair for Loyola's Public Interest Law Foundation, as Outreach Chair for the Environmental Law Club, and as a Mentor for first-generation pre-law students with the Legal Education Action Program (LEAP). He also participated in moot court where he placed as a quarter-finalist in the 2021 Hispanic National Bar Association's Moot Court Competition.
Before law school Joshua was a political operative with experience working with all levels of government from city, state, and federal entities. He brings a holistic experience by having worked for various elected members in both the official and political capacities.
• State Bar of California
• US District Court, Central District of CA
Joshua is a raised third-degree master mason at the Riverside #635 Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons.
• California State University, San Bernardino, BA, Political Science, 2017
• Loyola Law School, JD, 2022