Joseph accepts instructions for both civil and criminal matters.
His criminal practice includes both trial and appellate work. He was previously appointed as a Deputy Magistrate in 2016. He frequently appears in court defending his clients for offences which vary widely from white collar and serious commercial frauds, offences involving dishonesty or violence to road traffic and industrial summonses. Such trials often include challenges to the admissibility of declarations made against interest.
Joseph also appears regularly in the appellate courts both as an advocate in his own right and as a junior. He is also experienced in defending clients in professional disciplinary proceedings.
His civil practice includes cases on a wide range of matters including building management, commercial disputes, contractual disputes, employment, family trusts and matrimonial matters.