B.A. University of Central Florida; J.D. George Washington University
Josh Gardner is the Assistant Director in the Federal Programs Branch. He has led or participated in more than a dozen jury and bench trials since joining DOJ, many of which involve high profile constitutional challenges to agency actions. Professor Gardner joined the law school faculty in 2004, and currently co-teaches Pretrial Advocacy and Government Lawyering. In addition, Professor Gardner teaches a number of courses on behalf of DOJ concerning pretrial matters, trial advocacy and evidence at the National Advocacy Center in Columbia, SC, and on behalf of the Civil Division in Washington, DC.