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Joseph B. Marino, III

Attorney


Education

Louisiana State University, J.D./B.C.L. (2005)

The University of Mississippi, B.B.A. (2001)


Bar & Court Admissions

Louisiana Supreme Court

Texas Supreme Court

United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

United States District Courts for the Eastern

Middle and Western Districts of Louisiana

Eastern, Western, Northern and Southern Districts of Texas


Associations

New Orleans Speech & Hearing Center ~ Board Member (2008 – 2015)

Former President, Vice President and Treasurer

Member, Louisiana State Bar Association

Member, State Bar of Texas

Member, New Orleans Bar Association

Member, Federal Bar Association

Member, Louisiana Association for Justice

Member, American Association for Justice


Awards/Recognitions

Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Rating

Named “2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 Louisiana Rising Star” by Super Lawyers and Thomson Reuters


Joseph B. Marino, III (Josh) is a New Orleans native and a Jesuit High School graduate. He graduated from Ole Miss in 2001 with a B.B.A. in Banking and Finance. Josh received his law degree from Louisiana State University’s Paul M. Hebert Law Center in 2005. Following graduation from law school, Josh served as a law clerk for Chief Judge Richard T. Haik of the United States District Court for the Western District of Louisiana. Following his federal clerkship, Josh moved to Austin, Texas where he served as a law clerk for Justice David Medina of the Supreme Court of Texas. Upon completing his Texas Supreme Court clerkship, Josh returned to New Orleans in 2007 where he began practicing maritime law at a prominent New Orleans defense firm. Josh represented maritime companies in numerous Jones Act and admiralty lawsuits for over ten years until he joined The Young Firm in 2017 where he focuses exclusively on representing injured maritime workers. Josh’s significant experience adds great depth to our team of experienced maritime lawyers and he is dedicated to assisting our clients through their difficult journey. Josh has received an AV “Preeminent” attorney peer-review rating by Martindale and he is a member of several professional organizations.

In his spare time, Josh enjoys traveling and spending time with his wife, Amanda, and their daughter, Cecile. Josh also is an avid fan of the Saints and LSU and he enjoys live music and attending New Orleans’ abundant festivals.

“I left a world of defending companies for a simple reason – I want to make a positive impact in individuals’ lives. Maritime law can be very complex and injuries in the maritime or offshore industries can be severe. Maritime workers serve an important role in our communities and our country as a whole. I truly enjoy helping maritime workers navigate what is a difficult journey once an injury or accident occurs. Every day I look forward to helping people keep their lives together.”