Joshua House

Former Legal Intern
Academic Background:

J.D., The George Washington University Law School (2012); B.A., History of the Near East, University of California, San Diego (2009)

Work Experience:

Law Clerk, Institute for Justice; Legal Intern, Becket Fund for Religious Liberty; Legal Fellow, Future of Privacy Forum; Policy Intern, National University System Institute for Policy Research 

Legal Interests:

First Amendment, Economic Liberties, E-Commerce, Theories of Intellectual Property, Analytic Jurisprudence

Bio/Other Interests:

I'm a Bay Area native returning home.  I look forward to working on the cause that inspired me to attend law school in the first place: promoting liberty for tech innovators and users.  In my spare time, I enjoy reading and writing about analytic jurisprudence (because three years of law school aren't enough to answer the question "What is law?"), coaching soccer, and venturing around Tamriel.  In 2013, I will begin a clerkship with Justice Michael Cherry of the Supreme Court of Nevada.

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Agreements that change how the Internet works should be made transparently, with input from users. https://www.eff.org/deeplinks...

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Virginia Supreme Court should protect drivers from license plate surveillance. https://www.eff.org/deeplinks...

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