Joshua Min is an associate in the Los Angeles office. He has developed his legal skills in the areas of litigation and real estate law.
Prior to joining Aleshire & Wynder, Mr. Min worked for a real estate law firm where he represented banks, institutional and private lenders, mortgage servicers, title insurance companies, and retail franchise investors.
Mr. Min received his J.D. from UCLA School of Law in 2014 where he specialized in business law. While at UCLA Law, Mr. Min served on the board of the Real Estate Law Association, and as a Staff Editor for the Journal of Environmental Law and Policy. During his summers, Mr. Min gained broad legal experience working as a legal clerk for a Plaintiff’s side employment litigation firm specializing in class actions, and interning for the Honorable Justice Wilma Guzman of the Supreme Court of New York, Bronx County. Mr. Min also attended Brooklyn Law School during his first year, where he served as an advocate for the Suspension Representation Program defending at-risk youth in suspension hearings, and was elected to the board of the Asian and Pacific American Law Students Association.
Before attending law school, Joshua graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science/Political Theory from the University of California, San Diego, where he conducted research on uncovering various sources of bias within the criminal justice system.