Joshua Smith, Esq.

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Education:
     
- UNC Greensboro, BA - Economics
     - University of Alabama, MBA
     - University of Alabama, JD

Professional Associations & Membership:
     - Florida Bar Association
         - Young Lawyers Division
          - Solo & Small Firm Section


Community Involvement:
     - Board Member, St. Francis House
     - St. Johns County Legal Aid

Email: Joshua@staugustinelawgroup.com

Bio:

Joshua received his B.A. in Economics from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and his J.D. and M.B.A. from the University of Alabama. While at Alabama, Joshua studied international banking and international arbitration at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland. During his academic career, Joshua has worked for the United States Attorney’s Office in Roanoke, Virginia, and clerked for the Hon. James G. Welsh at the U.S. District Court in Harrisonburg, Virginia. 

Joshua is a solution-oriented, efficient, and visionary problem-solver. He is naturally social, therefore Joshua takes immense joy in helping people. What Joshua enjoys most about being an attorney is helping people with problems they cannot solve alone. He loves that he can put his education and law expertise towards helping people achieve their goals. When he agrees to take on a client’s case, their welfare becomes his business. All of Joshua’s clients have special needs, and he will treat your interests as if they are his own.

When he is not at work, you can find him watching Alabama football, playing chess, fishing, reading, or enjoying a walk on the beach with his girlfriend. Joshua is on the board for the St. Francis House located in St. Augustine, Florida. He feels strongly about helping those who need it most. 

When asked what excites him most about working for St. Augustine Law Group he said, “I like the fact that we don’t do things like everyone else does. Things have changed over the years and most law firms haven’t. We give our clients good value and even better representation”. 

 

It is not the will to win that matters, it is the will to prepare to win that matters.
— Bear Bryant