Joshua J. Caldwell is an associate attorney with Davis & Santos and is Board Certified Civil Appellate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Joshua has experience in civil litigation, as well as an extensive background in legal research, writing, and analysis.
His work as a senior staff attorney for Justice Gina M. Benavides at the Thirteenth Court of Appeals helped decide civil and criminal appeals across the State of Texas in various areas of the law, including: commercial and business litigation, insurance disputes, and personal injury. Prior to his tenure at the Thirteenth Court of Appeals, Joshua represented injured individuals throughout south Texas.
During law school, Joshua served as a teaching assistant at St. Mary’s University School of Law’s Civil Justice Clinic where he assisted indigent clients throughout San Antonio and the Texas-Mexico border.
Prior to attending law school, Joshua served as a journalist and interned for the Clinton Foundation at its headquarters in New York City.
Born in Arkansas, Joshua was raised along the Texas-Mexico border in the Rio Grande Valley, where he continues to maintain strong ties. Joshua is able to assist Spanish-speaking clients.
Joshua received his law degree from St. Mary’s University School of Law in 2010 and his bachelor of arts in government with honors from the former University of Texas at Brownsville, now the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley.
Before joining Davis & Santos, Joshua served as a briefing attorney and senior staff attorney for Justice Gina M. Benavides at the Thirteenth Court of Appeals.
Civil Appellate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization (2016)