Joshua G. Borderud is the Director of Clinical Programs at Baylor Law. He is the supervising attorney for the Veterans Clinic, the Trial Advocacy Clinic, and the Estate Planning Clinic.
Borderud received his bachelor’s degree in history from Baylor University, where he was named the Outstanding Senior History Major. He then received his master’s degree in history from Baylor and was named the university’s Outstanding Graduate Student by the Graduate School. He earned his law degree from Baylor Law, where he served on the Baylor Law Review.
Following graduation, Borderud worked as an assistant district attorney in Milam County, Texas, prosecuting criminal cases and serving as legal adviser to the county judge. He then joined the Waco law firm of Pakis, Giotes, Page & Burleson, P.C. and represented clients in civil litigation. While in private practice, he was named the Outstanding Young Lawyer of McLennan County.
Borderud is a Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation, a member of the State Bar of Texas Local Bar Services Committee, a Barrister in the Judge Abner V. McCall American Inn of Court, and serves on the board of directors of the Waco-McLennan County Bar Association. He serves as the chair of the Waco Plan Commission and on the board of trustees of the Heart of Texas Region MHMR Center, the local mental health authority for McLennan County and five rural counties.
He is married to Jennifer Borderud, the director of the Armstrong Browning Library at Baylor University. They reside in Waco with their two children and they are active members of Calvary Baptist Church.