Taylor graduated Summa Cum Laude from Arizona State University with her teaching degree in 2021. She decided to change career paths and recently applied to law school and is set to begin in the Fall of 2023.
Taylor loves to hang out with her golden retriever, Chloe, and take her to the dog park. Besides being a dog mom she loves to ski in the winter, go to the lake in the summer, and is an active reader all year round. Above all she loves to spend quality time with her family and friends.
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Joshua J. Krank, Note, Robo Crop: The Imminence of Autonomous Technology in Agriculture, 25 DRAKE J. AGRIC. LAW 473 (2020).
Josh received a Bachelor’s degree in Microbiology from North Dakota State University in 2017 and graduated magna cum laude. While there, he worked in a cancer research laboratory, studying the microbiology of various forms of cancer. After graduating from North Dakota State, Josh attended Drake University Law School in Des Moines, Iowa. There he participated on the arbitration team, moot court board, and the Drake Journal of Agricultural Law. Josh also received multiple awards, including the Journal’s junior staff member of the year and an award for obtaining the highest grade in his first year contracts course. Josh graduated in 2021, with high honors.
Josh was born in Fargo, North Dakota. Growing up, he enjoyed camping, biking, and spending his summers lifeguarding at the local pool. In his spare time, Josh can be found at the gym, catching up on Netflix, or at his family’s lake cabin.
Josh loves participating in his home community, regularly attends various local events, and recently joined a wake-boarding group out at the lakes.