Labor Relations Instructor
Josh is passionate about representing private and public employers in a wide variety of labor and employment matters, including grievance arbitrations, employee discipline, collective bargaining, and interest arbitrations. He has advised his clients on disputes concerning the administration of pension benefits, mandatory subjects of bargaining, and managerial prerogatives, and has guided clients in the review of their agreements in order to focus collective bargaining efforts. Josh previously served as a law clerk for the former President Judge of Washington County, and further honed his legal research, writing, and advocacy skills in civil litigation matters, where he obtained successful jury trial experience and was responsible for the development of precedent-setting case law under the Political Subdivision Torts Claims Act and Pennsylvania’s Wage Payment and Collection Law.
Josh graduated cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 2012, where he served as a Managing Editor on the University of Pittsburgh Law Review. Josh also served as the President of the Federalist Society and as a fellow for the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project, in which he instructed local high school students on matters of criminal law and constitutional rights.
Josh lives in Dormont, Pennsylvania with his wife, Amanda, and their two cats, Zira and Dewey.