Josh has varied litigation experience. He has acted in a range of commercial, regulatory and criminal cases. He has appeared in the District Court, High Court and Court of Appeal and has represented clients at specialist tribunals and forums for alternative dispute resolution.
Josh attended the University of Auckland (LLB (Hons), BCom), where he was a University of Auckland and Russell McVeagh scholar.
He started his career at Russell McVeagh, where he worked on a wide range of commercial disputes, including insolvency litigation, regulatory investigations, and contractual disputes.
Josh has also worked at the Office of Human Rights Proceedings, an independent statutory body alongside the Human Rights Commission. At the Office of Human Rights Proceedings, he represented individuals on a pro bono basis in a wide range of complaints under both the Human Rights Act and the Privacy Act (on referral from the Privacy Commissioner). His cases included novel issues of disability discrimination and claims against the Crown.
Now, Josh works as an employed barrister employed by Sam Lowery. He works on a wide range of disputes including commercial, regulatory and criminal matters.