Josiah Wolfson attended the University of Miami School of Law. While there, he was a member of the Inter-American Law Review, where his student note regarding data protection rights in Latin America was selected for publication. He was also a member of University of Miami International Moot Court and competed in the American University trilingual Inter-American Human Rights Moot Court Competition. Throughout his law school career, Wolfson served as a research assistant to Professor Anthony Alfieri and was recognized for his contributions on multiple publications. Finally, he received the Cali award for the highest grade in Legal Communications & Research II, International Moot Court II, Consumer Protection, and Professional Responsibility.

Wolfson is also committed to public service. Before law school, he volunteered at an orphanage in Mexico and both a Jewish retirement home and international language school in Argentina for nearly two years. During law school, Wolfson worked at the University of Miami Health Rights Clinic, representing indigent clients. He now serves as a University of Miami School of Law International Moot Court coach and an advisor at B’nai B’rith Youth Organization, where he mentors local high school students.

Wolfson is fluent in Spanish.

Education

University of Miami School of Law, J.D., 2015 (Magna Cum Laude)


University of Washington, B.A. in Global Studies
Minor in Hispanic Studies (Magna Cum Laude)

Admissions

Florida Bar, 2016


Middle District of Florida, 2016