Josh is a member of the firm’s Corporate and Securities practice. Leveraging both his MBA and legal education, he works with the firm’s corporate lawyers to help clients with a wide variety of business matters including reviewing loan agreements and sales contracts, adhering to SEC regulations, complying with whistleblower protections, conducting private placement due diligence, and assisting with related business transactions.
While pursuing his law and business degrees, Josh held externships with the Maricopa County Superior Court’s Civil and Family Divisions. During a year-long legal studies program in London, England, Josh served as a legal intern for the Department of Justice’s Office of Foreign Litigation-Civil Division at the American Embassy in London. With the goal of gaining practical business experience, Josh participated in numerous week-long business panels at the university, where large public companies would pitch ongoing, real-time business challenges to teams of MBA students, and Josh and his fellow classmates would analyze the issues and business objectives and present viable solutions.
Before pursuing his education, Josh served proudly in the United States Marine Corps. He volunteered for the Marine Security Guard Program and spent a number of years living and working overseas as an Embassy Guard, providing protection to officials on diplomatic missions around the world, including Russia, Germany and the Middle East.