Joshua Kin is a trial and appellate attorney. Joshua was named a 2017 and 2018 Super Lawyers, Rising Star and also received the prestigious 2015 Rising Litigator Award, awarded to two lawyers in the state of Ohio annually by the members of the Litigation Section of the Ohio State Bar Association.
Joshua has a broad litigation practice. He has handled minor personal injury cases to brain injury cases; simple breach of contract cases to complex trade secret cases involving theft of computer source code; basic collection cases to involved representation of major secured creditors in Chapter 11 proceedings. He has also represented clients in a range of venues: administrative proceedings, arbitration, local municipal courts, state trial and appellate courts, and federal district and bankruptcy courts. Joshua routinely represents creditors in bankruptcy and advises both businesses and other attorneys on bankruptcy related matters.
Joshua is a graduate of the University of Mississippi (cum laude, Phi Alpha Theta, History Honor Society) and the University of Dayton School of Law. In law school, he served as Comment Editor for the University of Dayton Law Review and served as a teaching assistant for the university’s legal writing course after earning the highest grade in two persuasive legal writing courses.
More recently, Joshua honed his appellate advocacy skills by completing Bryan Garner’s Advanced Legal Writing and Art of Persuasion courses. He also obtained a great deal of experience as an extern for the Second District Court of Appeals of Ohio.
University of Dayton School of Law, J.D., 2010
University of Mississippi, B.A.E. in History, cum laude, 2005
Supreme Court of Ohio, 2010
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, 2011
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, 2011
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, 2011
American Bankruptcy Institute
Hancock County Chamber of Commerce
Hancock County Bar Association, 2015
Dayton Bar Association
Ohio State Bar Association
Ohio State Bar Association, Grievance Committee
Ohio State Bar Association, Leadership Academy
American Bar Association
Federal Bar Association
Toledo Bar Association
Lucas County Bar Association
My wife and I (both 2000 Findlay High School graduates) returned to Findlay after attending the University of Mississippi and spending time working in Dayton, Ohio. I grew up nearby in Forest, Ohio, and spent my early years helping on my grandfather’s farm, working at grain elevators, and generally enjoying the outdoors. I’m now the father of three girls, and can be found on the sidelines of gymnastics, dance, swim, and other various activities throughout the year. When I’m not working or cheering on my girls, I still enjoy getting outdoors: camping, hunting, hiking, or just reading a good book.
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