"All my life, I've watched my dad balance work and family life. Now that I have children, it's important to show the same respect for work and family that Dad did. What's good about us working together is that it helps me learn how to be a better lawyer, to be more professional in dealing with clients and more responsible in handling cases. Small town practices tend to be more generalized in nature, so I gain a wider scope of experience."
Joshua Searcy earned his Bachelor of Arts from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, graduating cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and History, along with a minor in International Studies. He received his Juris Doctorate in 2005 from Baylor University School of Law. He distinguished himself academically and as a Semi-Finalist in the Strasburger & Price Moot Court Competition in 2004. Baylor Law School is nationally recognized for its trial preparation curriculum.
"I have a degree in history, and I'm fluent in Spanish. These subjects taught me the value of research and discipline. Law schools don't teach you all the laws known to man; rather they teach you how to study and research. Baylor went a step forward by teaching us how to prepare for a fight, how to litigate and how to win."
Joshua Searcy is admitted to practice in the State of Texas, the United States District Courts for the Northern, Southern, Eastern and Western Districts of Texas and the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. He is also a member of the Bankruptcy section of the State Bar Association of Texas, the Gregg County Bar Association, the Texas Young Lawyers Association and the American Bar Association.