Josh was born and raised in New Hampshire. He earned his B.A. in Liberal Arts from Hampshire College and his M.A. in Liberal Arts from Dartmouth College. He received his J.D. from UNH School of Law in 2014. While there, Josh was accepted into the prestigious Daniel Webster Scholar’s Program, an intensive two-year practicum designed to train new attorneys to be “client ready.”
Prior to becoming an attorney, Josh worked in companies large and small in a host of fields, including farming, education from kindergarten to post-secondary, both fast food and fine dining, at an amusement park in various roles, as a personal care attendant, and even in a special collections library cataloguing gifts and bequests of rare media. He also worked for five years in the family business of automotive repair, and was tasked with responsibility the of managing the day-to-day operations of the shop.
Josh draws upon all of those experiences in his practice, which focuses on the defense of employers, municipalities, insurance companies, and third party administrators. Given his background in business, Josh appreciates the need for cost-effective solutions and has successfully resolved many personal- injury and insurance coverage cases through settlement. When litigation is necessary, Josh has represented clients before various courts and administrative agencies in New Hampshire.
Josh is the current Vice Chair of the New Hampshire Workers’ Compensation Bar Section. He is admitted to practice in the State and Federal courts in New Hampshire.