skip to main content
Co-op 1

New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Schenectady

This co-op gave Josh an opportunity to improve his legal writing and analysis, working for a Judge Howard Levine, subsequently elevated to the state’s highest court.

Co-op 2

Greater Boston Legal Services, Boston

Josh participated in an innovative program representing low-income parents in child support cases as a means to improve their economic situation while also working on related policy issues raised by Clinton-era welfare reform proposals.

Co-op 3

Meehan, Boyle & Cohen, Boston

Josh calls this “a terrific opportunity to work at one of Boston’s best small trial firms; gave me real insight into how complex litigation is put together from discovery through the trial phase.”

Co-op 4

Massachusetts Law Reform Institute, Boston

Josh worked primarily with senior attorney to file, brief, argue and ultimately win a federal court injunction on behalf of homeless families seeking permanent housing — all in the space of one co-op.

After graduation

  • Founder, Medical-Legal Partnership, Boston City Hospital Department of Pediatrics
  • Massachusetts Director, RWJF Covering Kids Initiative/Manager, Children’s Division, Health Care for All, Boston 


Vice President of Government Relations, Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston


A creative advocate who uses the law to connect children in need with resources.