I have worked on political campaigns in many capacities for the past 15 years. I started stuffing envelopes when I was barely a teenager, but managed my first race when I was 18 and have now worked on dozens of campaigns across the south. I worked as a political consultant after I graduated from the University of Georgia. My firm, Yellow Dog Consulting, comprised of my two partners and myself, worked mostly state legislative races and local campaigns but also branched out in to some statewide races and congressional races.
I also worked as a project manager at a market research firm. I continued to develop my skills in Public Affairs, Public Relations, Advertising, Marketing, and Market Research while at Delve. Shortly after leaving Delve I began the task of preparing for law school while working on small contract projects.
Now, I am law student at American University’s Washington College of Law. I am the Editor-in-chief of the National Security Law Brief, a member of the Moot Court Honor Society, and active in SBA. I just finished up a year working as a law clerk at the American Federation of Government Employees where I focused on Employment Discrimination law.
Academically and professionally, my interests are in politics, constitutional law, arbitration, financial law, litigation, and national security law. Personally, I love sports, I am a die hard Georgia fan, I love to hike, camp, and fish, and I am deeply devoted to my friends and family. I blog about all of it at billyjoyner.org.