Joshua has worked closely with developers, funds, exchanges, NFT platforms, and investors in the fintech and blockchain space for nearly a decade. His counsel draws from experience at tech-forward international law firms Cooley, White & Case, and Goodwin Procter. Joshua has been recognized as a thought leader by CoinDesk, Coin Center, Bitcoin Magazine, and others. He has counseled and presented to the Money Transmitter Regulators Association, the New York City Bar Association, congressional hill staffers, the Israel Securities Authority, the State Bank of Pakistan, and at various international industry events. He focuses on advocating sound crypto policy and advising clients on strategies for managing regulatory risk. His legal expertise focuses on securities, commodities, lending, consumer protection, and payments laws.
NYU (BA), University of Arizona (MFA)
University of Michigan Law School (JD)
District of Columbia
State of New York