March 2, 2021
Josh Hammer is senior editor-at-large at Newsweek, a research fellow with the Edmund Burke Foundation, counsel and policy advisor for the Internet Accountability Project, and a syndicated columnist through Creators Syndicate. A frequent pundit and essayist on political, legal and cultural issues, Josh also hosts “The Josh Hammer Show,” a Newsweek podcast and weekly radio show.
An outspoken conservative, Josh opines on conservative intellectual trends, contemporary domestic and foreign policy debates, constitutional and legal issues, and the intersection of law, politics and culture. He has been published by many leading outlets, including the Los Angeles Times, the New York Post, the New York Sun, the Daily Mail, Newsweek, RealClearPolitics, National Affairs, American Affairs, The New Criterion, The National Interest, National Review, City Journal, First Things, Public Discourse, Law & Liberty, Tablet Magazine, Compact Magazine, Deseret Magazine, The Spectator World, The American Spectator, The American Conservative, The European Conservative, The Federalist, The American Mind, American Greatness, American Compass, Chronicles Magazine, Anchoring Truths, Newsmax, Townhall, The Epoch Times, The Daily Signal, The Daily Wire, The Daily Caller, The Western Journal, CNSNews, Fortune, Fox Business, The Boston Herald, The Jackson Hole Daily, Pairagraph, The Jerusalem Post, The Times of Israel, The Forward, Jewish Telegraphic Agency and the Jewish Journal. He has had formal legal scholarship published by the Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy and the University of St. Thomas Law Journal.
Josh is a college campus speaker through Intercollegiate Studies Institute and Young America’s Foundation, as well as a law school campus speaker through the Federalist Society. Prior to Newsweek and The Daily Wire, where he was an editor, Josh worked at a large law firm and clerked for a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. Josh has also served as a John Marshall Fellow with the Claremont Institute and a Fellow with the James Wilson Institute.
Josh graduated from Duke University, where he majored in economics, and from the University of Chicago Law School. He lives in Florida, but remains an active member of the State Bar of Texas.
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