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Josiah Hatch

Josiah Hatch was born in Savannah, Georgia, a fourth generation Georgian. He was sent at age 14 to board at Episcopal High School (founded 1839 in Alexandria, Virginia), and then to Princeton where he graduated summa cum laude in Ancient Greek and Latin and minored in music theory. A Marshall scholar at Pembroke College, Oxford, he studied Anglo-Saxon and Middle English. He spent a year in Italy studying Latin literature, history and art. In Washington, D.C., Mr. Hatch was a museum administrator at the Smithsonian Institution, a speechwriter, and a political aide, and, after picking up a law degree from Georgetown, a lawyer. In addition to his legal practice, he teaches courses in international business and economics at the Josef Korbel School for International Studies at the University of Denver. He is co-author of a legal treatise on Director and Officer Liability, Indemnification and Insurance.

He came to Denver 1993 and is an outstanding and creative member of the Cactus Club, the Literary Club, and the University Club. For the Cactus Club he has written two musicals and produced Christmas programs of ancient carols, some of which have been banned by the authorities. This resulted in his book Forbidden Carols of Christmas. He has been involved in various theatrical events at the University Club, writing words and music for many programs at its annual 12th Night event.

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