Mr. Joseph represents individuals and businesses in complex civil litigation and during the investigation and prosecution of criminal charges.

Professional History
After graduating from law school, Mr. Joseph was appointed by Chief United States District Judge John Lungstrum, District of Kansas, to serve as his law clerk from 2000 to 2002. Mr. Joseph joined Joseph, Hollander & Craft in August of 2002.

Professional Activities

Kansas Bar Association

Topeka Bar Association

  • Legislative Committee, Chair

Douglas County Bar Association

United States District Court, District of Kansas

  • Bench-Bar Committee, 2009 – 2010

Tenth Circuit Historical Society

  • Kansas Vice President

Special Appointments

Merit Selection Panel for Reappointment of Federal Magistrate Judge, Chair (2010)

Merit Selection Panel for Kansas Federal Public Defender, Tenth Circuit (2013)

Kansas Judicial Council, Advisory Committee on Reformation of Civil Asset Forfeiture Laws, Member (2017 – 2018)


“Is Scienter an Element of Criminal Securities Fraud in Kansas?,” 48 U. Kan. L. Rev. 197 (1999)

“Other Misconduct Evidence: Rethinking Kansas Statutes Annotated 60-455, 49 U. Kan. L. Rev. 145 (2000)