Josh was called to the Bar in 2018, and joined Eisen Law shortly thereafter. Josh practices exclusively estate litigation, including will challenges, power of attorney and guardianship disputes, elder abuse, passing of accounts, and alternative dispute resolution.

Josh is a zealous advocate who does not shy away from the courtroom. To date, he has attended at Small Claims Court and the Superior Court of Justice. Josh further prides himself on being able to tackle complex legal matters, and finding creative, albeit tenable solutions. In each and every matter, complex or not, Josh’s approach is the same – direct, forthright and most importantly, client-centric.

Prior to joining Eisen Law, Josh articled at a boutique law firm on Bay Street, specializing in civil litigation. Josh obtained his L.L.B. at The University of Leicester, situated in the United Kingdom, and his B.A. at Western University, where he majored in political science.

Outside of work, Josh enjoys playing basketball, composing music, and travelling to parts unknown. TEL: 416-591-9997 FAX: 416-591-9998


Law Society of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario
Called to the Bar – 2018

The University of Leicester, L.L.B., 2015

Western University, B.A., 2012

Memberships and Affiliations

  • Law Society of Ontario
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Canadian Bar Association

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