Joshua A. Dell is a Partner at Dell & Dean. Mr. Dell’s practice areas focus on personal injury, product liability, labor law and medical malpractice.
Mr. Dell is the second generation of Dell’s at the firm. Mr. Dell’s father, Joseph G. Dell is the founder of the firm.
Prior to becoming an attorney in 2020, Mr. Dell earned his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a focus on comparative politics from Clark University in Worcester, MA. In 2015, while at Clark University, Mr. Dell was a member of their very successful Mock Trial Team. In 2014, the team earned a bid during the regional intercollegiate mock trial tournament to the sub national tournament held in Philadelphia, P.A. At the sub national tournament, Mr. Dell was recognized and awarded with a Best Witness Award. In 2015, prior to graduation, Mr. Dell and the team earned a bid to the national tournament held in Washington, D.C. The team earned a trophy at that competition for outstanding trial team and finished 4th among twenty-two teams.
During his college years, Mr. Dell became involved in volunteering for the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America. This disease took the life of his late grandfather, Joseph T. Dell. The mission of the foundation is to find a cure to this insidious illness.
Mr. Dell obtained his Juris Doctor in 2019 from Touro College-Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center. While attending law school, Mr. Dell was awarded with his admission into the Trial Advocacy Practice Society, a law school honor society. In addition, Mr. Dell co-founded and served as the Vice-President of the Tort Law Society. He additionally served as the Vice-President of Phi Alpha Delta, a National law school fraternity. Mr. Dell was raised in a culture of volunteerism, and to that end he served for two years while attending law school as a coach to the trial teams at Brentwood High School as well as Central Islip Senior High School.
Mr. Dell was an active member of the Trial Advocacy Practice Society’s trial team. As a member he competed in the American Association for Justice Trial Competition in Kings County, New York in 2019. That team was composed of four law students. Mr. Dell’s brother, Benjamin D. Dell, also a lawyer at the firm, was also a member of that team.
Mr. Dell was awarded at graduation from law school for his special service to the public and community; his pro-bono services while a law student serving clients in the Brooklyn Defenders’ Office; his membership in the Trial Advocacy Practice Society, and for his exemplary contributions to the quality of student life at the law school.
Mr. Dell has had the opportunity to work alongside his father since he was a college student. What he has learned from preparing for, and second seating his father on trials is that zealous advocacy requires a relentless commitment to justice, while also maintaining a sense of humility.
- New York State
- United States District Court, Eastern District of New York
- Co-Founder Tort Law Society
- Vice-President Tort Law Society
- Vice-President Phi Alpha Delta
- Federal Bar Association, Eastern District of New York Chapter
- Nassau Suffolk Trial Lawyers Association
- New York State Bar Association
- Suffolk County Bar Association
- Nassau County Bar Association
- American Association for Justice
- New York State Trial Lawyers Association
- CALI Award: Criminal Law II
- CALI Award: Selected Topics in Trial Advocacy: Expert Witness’s
- CALI Award: Selected Topics in Trial Practice: Cross Examination
- CALI Award: Interviewing, Negotiating, & Counseling
- CALI Award: Criminal Defense Clinic
- CALI Award: Legal Process II: Best Oral Advocate
- Touro Law School Awards:
- Exemplary dedication and service to the law center for exceptional contributions to the Trial Advocacy & Practice Honor Society
- Special Services to the Public & Community
- Pro Bono Service Award
- Touro College – Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, J.D.
- Clark University, B.A.