Joshua M. Lurie, Esq.

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Joshua M. Lurie is the managing partner at Furst & Lurie. He handles litigation matters from inception  through trial and regularly appears in the state and federal courts across Northern New Jersey and in Southern New York.  While proficient at representing clients in the firm’s criminal, personal injury and commercial litigation practices, he devotes a portion of his practice to representing parties in civil rights and consumer protection matters where he is able to help people who are taken advantage of at various levels.

Josh received his Bachelor’s of Arts in Philosophy from Drew University and a Masters in Environmental Law and his Juris Doctor from Vermont Law School.  He is admitted to practice before the States of New Jersey, New York and Vermont, the United States District Courts for the District of New Jersey and the Southern District of New York, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.

Prior to law school, Josh worked as an accountant for an investment firm in Boston, Massachusetts. While at law school, he clerked for the National Wildlife Federation in Boulder, Colorado and for the legal aid clinic at law school. After law school, he clerked for a well respected firm in Burlington, Vermont where he worked primarily on civil rights defense cases for numerous municipalities across the state. Upon returning to New Jersey in 2008, he began working for a small litigation firm before joining Henry Furst as an associate. In 2012 the firm changed its name and Josh became partner. He now manages not only many cases, but the firm as well.

While not representing clients, Josh enjoys spending time with his family and his dog.  He is also a musician, an avid hiker, and an amateur zymurgist (home brewer).

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Drew University – BA (2001)
Vermont Law School – MSEL (2006)
Vermont Law School – JD (2006)


New Jersey (2006)
Vermont (2008)
New York (2013)
United States District Court for the District of New Jersey (2006)
United States District Court for the Southern District of New York (2016)
United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit (2013)

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