Joshua T. GehresJoshua Gehres practices in the area of casualty defense. He joined Rumberger, Kirk, & Caldwell in 2016 after participating in the firm’s 2015 Summer Associate Program.

Joshua received his law degree from the University of Florida Levin College of Law where he was an editor of Florida Law Review. He served as an Ambassador for ILSP and as the Election Commissioner Chair for Student Government. Joshua received his bachelor degree, cum laude, and MBA from Florida State University where he lettered while on the FSU Varsity Football Team.

In addition to participating in Rumberger, Kirk & Caldwell’s Summer Associate Program, Joshua served an externship for the Honorable Philip Lammens, United States Magistrate Judge, Middle District of Florida.

  • Education

    University of Florida, Levin College of Law - J.D., cum laude, 2016
    • Dean's List
    • Editor, Florida Law Review
    • Election Commissioner, Student Government
    • Law School Ambassador
    • Phelps Closing Argument Competition
    • Teaching Assistant, Legal Writing and Appellate Advocacy
    Florida State University, College of Business - MBA, cum laude, 2013
    • Dean's List
    • Golden Torch Award (Awarded to top student athlete on each varsity sport)
    • Academic Award for Offense
    • ACC Academic Honor Roll
    Florida State University - B.S. Finance, cum laude, 2012
    • Dean's List
    • Varsity Football Team
    • Academic Award for Offense
    • ACC Academic Honor Roll
    • Matt Schmauck Academic Commitment Award
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  • Bar Admissions

    • Florida (2016)
  • Professional & Civic Activities

    • Hillsborough County Bar Association
      • Young Lawyers Division
      • Professionalism and Ethics Committee
      • Bar Leadership Institute, 2017-2018
  • Articles & Presentations

    • “Tips for Young Lawyers: Honest Advice for a New Attorney,” Trial Advocate Quarterly (Florida Defense Lawyers Association), Summer 2017 Issue
 
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