Joe is an associate in the Cleveland office developing his practice in the Litigation and Health Care practice groups.
Prior to joining the firm, Joe was a Certified Legal Intern at Case Western Reserve University School of Law where he represented indigent criminal clients. Joe served as lead attorney for several clients, and effectively represented them in hearings, pretrial conferences, and settlement negotiations. Joe also served as lead counsel for a two-day jury trial in Cleveland Municipal Court. Before working as a Certified Legal Intern, Joe worked as a Clerk in a small law office where he researched and drafted several appellate briefs, and aided in writing and filing numerous briefs and motions in the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas.
While earning his JD, Joe served as President of the Case Western Reserve School of Law Moot Court Board and organized Case Western’s annual Dunmore Moot Court Competition. Joe was also a member of the Moot Court and Mock Trial teams at Case Western and traveled to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Dayton, Ohio to compete. Joe was inducted into the Order of the Barristers upon graduation, which is an organization that recognizes students who demonstrate excellence in courtroom advocacy while in law school. Joe also received the Jack Cronquist Award, the award given to the Legal Intern who demonstrates outstanding performance and commitment to clients.