Joshua Hammond represents and advises management in all areas of labor and employment law.
Before joining Littler, Josh was a corporate attorney at a private healthcare counseling company. He was responsible for negotiating service contracts, drafting back-to-work policies and initiatives, and providing advice on compliance with local, state, and federal pandemic-related guidelines for essential healthcare personnel.
During law school, Josh competed in prestigious national competitions as part of the University of Denver’s Mediation and Negotiation Team and International Commercial Arbitration Team. He was also a law clerk at a nationally-recognized personal injury law firm in the Rocky Mountain region. Following law school, Josh served as a judicial fellow to the Hon. Chief Judge Michael Martinez and as a judicial law clerk to the Hon. Morris Hoffman of Colorado’s 2nd Judicial District, where he clerked both civil and criminal matters.
Previously, Josh was a member of the United States National Fencing Team and received First-Team All-America honors at the U.S. Collegiate Squad Championships. He obtained an M.S. in Sports Management from Columbia University where he focused his scholarship on collective bargaining, union grievances, and strike mitigation. Josh previously interned at the National Basketball Association.