Josh Wagner was communications chair for Texas Law Fellowships, associate editor of the Texas Hispanic Journal of Law and Policy, a student ambassador for the Texas Law Admissions Office, and a member of the Texas Law chapter of the American Constitution Society and the Public Interest Law Association. Throughout law school, he volunteered for many immigration-related pro bono projects, visiting the Hutto and Karnes detention centers, assisting Texas Here to Stay with DACA renewals and applications, and drafting powers-of-attorney and other documents to provide for care of children if their parents are arrested or deported. He participated in the Immigration Clinic and, as a 3L, served as a Mithoff Pro Bono Scholar facilitating immigration-related projects.
In the summers, Josh worked with Immigration Legal Services of Catholic Charities of Central Texas and with the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project in Granger, Washington. Following graduation, Josh will join Texas RioGrande Legal Aid's Immigration Team, working in the Edinburg office.