Joshua Michael Wilson, Esq.

Attorney Joshua Michael Wilson
Josh was born and raised in the DMV area and was a standout Varsity Basketball player at West Springfield High School in Springfield, Virginia. After High School, Josh attended the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia where he continued his Varsity Basketball playing career. Upon graduation from college, Josh attended and graduated from Howard University School of Law in Washington, DC. After graduation, Josh successfully took the Virginia State Bar Examination and was admitted to practice law in Virginia.

Josh has “The Law” in his blood because his mother has been a practicing lawyer in Fairfax County, Virginia since 1984; and his father graduated with a Law Degree from George Mason School of Law in 1994. As the Senior Associate at NovaLegalGroup since 2010, Josh has handled well over 1,000 criminal, criminal traffic and personal injury cases throughout all of Virginia. As a result of his hard work and dedication to the legal profession, Josh was selected as one of the Nation’s Top 100 Lawyers by the Nation Trial Lawyers Association as well as one of the “Top 40 Under 40 Black Attorneys” by the National Black Lawyer’s Association.

When he is not working, Josh enjoys spending his free time with his wife and young son, as well as cheering on the Washington Redskins, Baltimore Orioles, Washington Wizards, and Washington Capitals (and still playing basketball in various local men’s leagues).

HONORS:
1. Selected one of the Nation’s Top 100 Lawyers by the National
Trial Lawyers Association
2. AVVO Rating of Excellent
3. Selected as one of the “Top 40 Under 40” by the National Black Lawyers Association

PRACTICE AREAS:
Criminal Law, Criminal Traffic Law and Personal Injury Law

ADMITTED:
2010, Virginia State Bar; also, U.S. District Court for The Eastern District of Virginia

LAW SCHOOL:
Howard University School of Law, J.D., 2010

COLLEGE:
University of Mary Washington, B.S., 2007

MEMBERSHIP:
Virginia State Bar
Fairfax County Bar Association