Joshua D. Curry

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Joshua D. Curry, Spring 2004
Joshua D. Curry (B.A. 2003 Physics and Government cum laude, Florida State University; J.D. December 2006 with honors, University of Florida Levin College of Law) was the Director of the FSU World Affairs Program from the late Fall of 2000 to the Spring of 2002. Curry was preceded by James G. Parker and succeeded by Austen DiPalma.

Curry enjoyed significant success on the national MUN conference circuit both personally and as the leader of the FSU World Affairs Program. Curry helped to re-invigorate the program and greatly expanded its membership during his tenure. Curry was also pivotal in bringing high-technology to the Program and integrating it with daily Program operations.

Curry was a judicial law clerk for Judge Elizabeth M. Timothy in Pensacola, FL after law school. He is now a partner with a patent and IP litigation practice at Dentons US LLP in Atlanta, Georgia.