My name is Joshua Doguet.
I'm a commercial litigator, graphic designer, novice woodworker, and sometimes blogger, who lives in New Orleans.

Joshua Doguet

I was born on a Monday morning and raised on a farm in Acadia Parish. I have spent most of my life writing and making things.

For the better part of a decade, I helmed a small creative agency that specialized in website and brand development. My company also launched a short-lived web application, which helped crawfish farmers manage their daily operations.

I tried to maintain my relationships with design and technology while working towards my law degree. I put together an online reference for the Louisiana Civil Code, published a comment on digital currency regulation, and co-wrote, filmed, and edited our school’s annual sketch comedy show. And as I prepared for the bar exam, I discovered a new passion for building and restoring furniture.

Today, I practice environmental and toxic tort law in The City That Care Forgot and occasionally post an essay on my blog, So It Goes. My latest projects include a map of Louisiana's judicial districts and a notary stamp modeled after the New Orleans water meter cover.