Joshua Romero is a young professional who aspires to attend law school and practice law. He graduated from Wheaton College (IL) in May 2016, Summa Cum Laude, with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. He was one of a select few in the graduating class that year to graduate with Departmental Honors as well.
Prior to joining Telios Law PLLC, Joshua took advantage of numerous opportunities to develop his professional abilities. He participated in homeschool speech and debate in middle school and high school. He also played violin at Carnegie Hall in New York City with the Suzuki Royal Oak Camerata. During college, he interned with his Congressman in the House of Representatives. He developed his writing by spending a summer as the Editorial Page Intern for The Gazette in Colorado Springs and serving as the Editor-in-Chief of the Wheaton College Undergraduate Law Review, launching the inaugural edition.
Joshua now applies his passion for excellence to serving as the Outreach Coordinator for Telios Law PLLC, serving current and potential clients and coordinating community involvement.
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