Joseph joined the firm in 2006 and practices in the areas of energy and utility law, civil litigation, and appeals. As part of the energy and utility team, he regularly represents the firm's clients in a wide variety of regulatory matters ranging from an individual customer's dispute with a utility to cases setting rates for Indiana water, sewer, and electric utilities. He also works closely with Indiana Industrial Energy Consumers, Inc. (INDIEC) an organization advocating for sound energy policy to ensure the reliable and cost-effective provision of energy to industrial customers in Indiana. Joseph is actively involved in the firm's appellate practice, playing a role in a variety of cases before state and federal appellate courts.
Joseph is an active member and leader of the Indiana State Bar Association's Utility Law and Appellate Practice Sections.
Prior to joining Lewis Kappes, Joseph served for two years as a law clerk to the Indiana Supreme Court.