Joshua C. Black
Attorney at Law
Joshua is a civil litigator who focuses his practice on employment litigation. Joshua is an advocate for his clients in all matters of employment disputes. Joshua regularly represents clients in matters of discrimination, wrongful termination, harassment, and wage disputes, and is well versed in both state and federal laws on the matter.
JD, cum laude, Arizona Summit Law School. Joshua was a Merit Scholar and the recipient of CALI awards in Evidence and the Law of Armed Conflict. He was also the Senior IT Editor for the Arizona Summit Law Review.
BA, summa cum laude, Aurora University. Joshua was a member of Alpha Phi Sigma national honor society.
Saying Goodbye to Unwanted Guests: The Applicability of the Arizona Residential Landlord Tenant Act to Transient Occupants, Arizona Summit Law Review, Fall 2014, co-author.
Proceed With Caution: The Unrealized Cost of Pursuing Liquidated Damages Clause, published in the Arizona Journal of Business & Real Estate, August 13, 2014, and the Record Reporter, August 8, 2014, co-author.
Time Limitations Applicable to Criminal Actions and Procedures in Arizona Courts, State Bar of Arizona, 2014, by Jess A. Lorona, editor & contributor.
Joshua is licensed to practice in all Arizona courts and to practice before the United States District Court, District of Arizona.
National Employment Lawyers Association, Member
Arizona Employment Lawyers Association, Member
State Bar of Arizona - Employment Law Section, Member
Maricopa County Bar Association, Member