Bio

Josh-Borsellino-lawyerI am the Managing Attorney of The Law Firm of Josh Borsellino.  I received my undergraduate degree from Southwestern University, and my law degree from Tulane Law School.  Upon graduation from law school, I served a two-year term as a briefing attorney for the Honorable Walter S. Smith, Jr., U.S. District Judge for the Western District of Texas.

Upon the conclusion of my federal judicial clerkship, I worked in the Fort Worth office of Haynes and Boone, one of the largest law firms in Texas, for more than five years.  I have practiced law in Fort Worth, Texas since 2006.

Bar Admissions:

  • Supreme Court of Texas
  • U.S. District Court Western District of Texas
  • U.S. District Court Eastern District of Texas
  • U.S. District Court Northern District of Texas
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of Texas
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

Education:

Tulane Law School, 2004
J.D., Cum Laude

Southwestern University, 2001
B.A., With Honors

Professional Associations and Memberships:

State Bar of Texas; American Bar Association; Tarrant County Bar Association; Tarrant County Young Lawyers’ Association; Mahon Inns of Court

Published Works:

Closing the Limitations Loophole and Opening a Can of Worms: Understanding the New Amendment to Chapter 33, State Bar of Texas Litigation Section Newsletter, Fall 2011.

Proportionate Responsibility, Joint and Several Liability, and the Jury Charge, State Bar of Texas 34th Annual Advanced Civil Trial Course, July, 2011.

When Rules Collide. “Snap Back” Rules Do Not Always Protect Against Inadvertent Disclosure of Privileged Documents, State Bar of Texas Litigation Section Newsletter, 2010.

Recent Texas Supreme Court Opinions on Causation, State Bar of Texas 25th Annual Advanced Litigation CLE, January, 2009.

Running an Olympian Gauntlet: the Chapter 33 Decathlon, 31st Annual Advanced Civil Trial Course, August, 2008

An Intersection or the End of the Road? Impact of Chapter 33 on Indemnity in Texas, Texas College for Judicial Studies, April, 2008

An Annotated “Model” Settlement Agreement, The Advocate, the State Bar of Texas Litigation Section Report, Fall, 2007

Chapter 33 and Indemnity, 30th Annual Advanced Civil Trial Course, August, 2007

Chapter 33: Immunity, Indemnity and Other Emerging Issues, Texas College for Judicial Studies, April, 2007

Chapter 33: Proportionate Responsibility and Other Frights, 23rd Annual Litigation Update, February, 2007

Author: Josh Borsellino


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