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Joshua focuses his practice on business combinations and capital transaction matters. He graduated from the University of Alabama School of Law as a Hugo L. Black scholar in 2018, earning Order of the Coif honors.

While in law school, Joshua served as a senior editor on the Alabama Law Review, a member of the Campbell Labor and Employment Moot Court Team, and as president of the Animal Welfare Law Society. He also practiced with the school’s mediation clinic and worked for a federal judge in the Northern District of Alabama.

Before law school, Joshua earned his Bachelor’s in History and Philosophy at the University of Alabama, where he wrote an honors thesis on the Civil War. He also served as the president of his fraternity, Lambda Sigma Phi.

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Legal Work Highlights

Associate counsel to a public company regarding over a dozen software and payments acquisitions totaling more than $300 million.

Associate counsel on residual portfolio sales and acquisitions exceeding $30 million.

Counsel to private equity and consulting firms on transactions totaling more than $10 million.

Advisor to over two-dozen blockchain and cryptocurrency startups on securities, financing, executive compensation, and payments issues.

Counsel on real estate purchase and sale transactions totaling more than $40 million.

M&A associate counsel for cross-border transactions in Panama, Brazil, Norway, the British Virgin Islands, and others.

Associate counsel on $30 million real estate bankruptcy trial and appeal.

Co-counsel to biopharmaceutical companies with valuations exceeding $100 million on executive compensation, corporate governance, and financing issues.


Law School

The University of Alabama School of Law, J.D., 2018, magna cum laude

Undergraduate School

The University of Alabama, B.A., History and Philosophy, 2015, summa cum laude

Bar Memberships

Joshua is licensed to practice in the following state(s):

Tennessee, 2018


Local & National Recognition

“Best Brief Award,” Wagner National Labor and Employment Moot Court Competition (2018)

“Balch and Bingham Harold A. Bowron, Jr. Outstanding Labor and Employment Student Award,” The University of Alabama School of Law (2018)

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