Joshua Min is an associate in the Los Angeles office of Wolf, Rifkin, Shapiro, Schulman & Rabkin, LLP with a practice that predominately focuses on transactional real estate and community association law matters. Mr. Min has extensive experience in connection with all aspects of transactional real estate law including, but not limited to: purchase and sales, financing, and development and leasing of commercial and residential properties. Throughout his practice he has represented home owners associations, commercial property owners, and commercial tenants. In addition, Mr. Min has experience in municipal real estate transactions involving the federally subsidized development of affordable housing.
Prior to joining Wolf, Rifkin, Shapiro, Schulman & Rabkin, LLP, Mr. Min represented cities in real estate transactions and title issues. He also served as a deputy city prosecutor for the code enforcement of Signal Hill. During law school, Mr. Min interned for the Honorable Judge Wilma Guzman of the Bronx Supreme Court in New York where he contributed to several published court opinions. Additionally, Mr. Min was on the board of directors of the Real Estate Law Association.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
Draft and negotiate leases, purchase and sales agreements, loan documents, easements, title matters, and 1031 exchanges
Advise clients on tenant and landlord matters
Legal research into a broad scope of real estate issues
Prepare and amend governing documents
Assist clients’ with changes in applicable law
Clarify clients’ legal options and associated risks
UCLA Law School (2014, J.D.)
University of California, San Diego (2010, B.A.)
California State Courts
U.S. District Court, Central District of California
State Bar of California
California Lawyers Association Real Property Section