Joshua P. Weiss practices civil and commercial litigation with Titus Brueckner Spitler & Shelts PLC. Josh enjoys thinking outside the box and working creatively to meet his clients’ needs. He understands that coming to a lawyer for help often means that a client is in a difficult situation. To avoid any unnecessary anxiety for the client, Josh prioritizes communication throughout every step of the process. His goal in any case is to work with the client to set realistic goals that will lead to satisfactory resolutions. Once those goals are set, he provides detailed analysis and outcome-driven strategies to get the client the best results possible. Josh also understands the importance of being able to quickly adapt to changing situations, as client goals can change at any point throughout the litigation process. The trust clients place in lawyers should not be taken for granted, and Josh is privileged to provide his services to companies and individuals alike.
Prior to joining Titus Brueckner & Levine, Josh worked as an Assistant Attorney General in the Consumer Protection and Advocacy Section of the Arizona Attorney General’s Office. There, he worked to enforce all civil remedies available under the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act, which prohibits unfair business practices in the state. He was honored to serve the people of his home state in this capacity. He also benefits from his experience clerking for the Honorable Judge Philip G. Espinosa of the Arizona Court of Appeals. While there, he helped draft numerous judicial opinions and memorandum decisions in cases ranging from of-right criminal appeals to complex civil matters involving Mexican corporate law, and everything in between. It was there that Josh gained first-hand knowledge of the intricacies of Arizona law and the effect strong legal writing has on an advocate’s success for their client. In law school, Josh was a member of the Arizona Law Review, where he served on the Board as an Articles Editor. He also represented the College of Law as part of the team that traveled to Chicago for the ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition. He gained practical experience early on by participating in the Civil Rights Restoration Clinic, which allowed him to represent pro bono clients in over a dozen hearings before Superior Court judges.
Although he is an Arizona native, Josh was raised by two New Yorkers who instilled in him a love for the New York Yankees. When he isn’t working, he enjoys spending his time cooking new and delicious recipes, playing with his dog, Pinny (short for Pinstripe, like the Yankees’ uniforms), and watching documentaries with his girlfriend, Julie.
J.D., cum laude, James E. Rogers College of Law, University of Arizona, 2018.
B.A. in Radio-Television-Film; Minor in Government, University of Texas, 2015.