Joshua Myers


Joshua joined the Moeller Graf team in early 2019. Prior to joining Moeller Graf, Joshua primarily focused on civil litigation and family law matters. His previous experience allowed Joshua to develop a practical approach to practicing the law and to focus on real-life solutions for his clients. He has extensive experience assisting clients understand the black letter law and its application to their daily lives. As an attorney, Joshua has advised and assisted his clients with various legal matters including the drafting and implementation of business organization documents, review and negotiation of contracts, the drafting and filing of real property documents, and the mediation and settlement of high-conflict situations.

Before finding his new home in Denver, Colorado, Joshua lived and practiced law in Houston, Texas, where he was born and raised until he graduated from high school. After high school, Joshua moved to Austin, Texas, and attended The University of Texas at Austin where he received a BA in Government in 2008. In 2009, Joshua moved back to Houston to attended South Texas College of Law – Houston – (“STCL”), and in 2012 he earned his Juris Doctorate.

While attending STCL, Joshua completed a clerkship for the 310th District Court of Harris County, Texas, participated in STCL’s Advanced Family Law Trial Advocacy program, and he actively represented clients through STCL’s legal clinics geared to provide cost-effective representation for struggling families. During the summer of 2011, Joshua proudly entered STCL’s Pro Bono Honors Program and interned with the global law firm Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P. (now Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP) under the accomplished Stewart W. Gagnon.

Seeking to balance life experiences with the grueling nature of law school, Joshua participated in a summer study abroad program which allowed him to live in Prague, Czech Republic, and study the law. His comparative law studies across Europe exposed Joshua to all types of cultures, societies, and legal communities which broadened his understanding of the law and its applications. Joshua understands that a “one size fits all” approach to legal, business, and community structures is impractical. Leaning on his strong roots in providing legal support to his community, Joshua seeks to become an expert in community association law so he may continue to educate and effectively assist his clients towards legal coexistence and neighborly cohabitation.