Joshua serves as an Associate Attorney at Griffith Law focusing primarily on personal injury litigation. He joined the firm in December 2017 as a Case Manager and became an Associate Attorney in October 2019. He is admitted to practice in all state courts in Tennessee.
He is a summa cum laude graduate of Bryan College with a B.S. in Business Management. He received his law degree from Nashville School of Law in May 2019 graduating number seven in his class. Joshua was elected and served as Honor Council President in his last year at Nashville School of Law.
From 2011 to 2017, Joshua served as the paralegal and office manager for a bankruptcy firm where he dealt with clients directly in their bankruptcy cases. From 2007 to 2013, Joshua gained invaluable experience while serving in the Army and Army National Guard as a paralegal.
Joshua is a member of the Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Tennessee Bar Association, and the Williamson County Bar Association.
In his spare time, he loves to attend sporting events, hike with his dog “Red,” and read both for his career as an Attorney and for personal development.
What gets you out of bed in the morning?
My father always told me as a child that, “if you love your job, you don’t work a single day of your life.” I am blessed and enjoy having the opportunity to help people in need while doing something I truly love to do at the same time.
What is your favorite weekend activity?
I love to watch practically any sport, but I also love relaxing and catching up with family and friends.
Who inspires you?
My parents. They are the hardest working people I know. They dreamed big but worked for everything they have. Nothing was handed to them.
Do you have a motto or mantra?
“Do good, be kind.”
What is your favorite local restaurant?
I really love pho. There is a great place called T & N Pho in West End Nashville. It is a little hole in the wall but their food is fantastic.
Do you have a favorite quote?
We are what we believe we are.” – C.S. Lewis
What sparked your interest to work in the legal field?
As a kid, I experienced certain family members of mine in need of legal help but was let down. I’ve made it my goal to put myself in a position to not let that happen to other people.