Joshua Moultray is a hard working lawyer with an entrepreneurial spirit. Josh grew up on Mercer Island and started his first business before high school working on computer networks. Immediately upon graduation from Mercer Island High School Josh attended the University of Washington. While attending UW Josh continued to operate his own business, work for a private K-8 school, and maintain an active presence in fraternity life.
After graduating as a big Husky fan Josh started a successful parking enforcement business with 12 employees until some changes in the law prevented his continued operation. In 2006 Josh decided he wanted to pursue his lifelong dream of becoming a lawyer and applied to several law schools. He started at the Seattle University School of Law in 2007 (ranked #1 for legal writing 7 of the last 8 years). Josh graduated in 2010 and took his bar exam that July. He was admitted to practice law in November 2010.
As part of his preparation for law school Josh worked for Douglas Ehlke, a lawyer in Federal Way, who taught him a thing or two about practicing law. Upon graduation Josh continued working for Doug until shortly after finding out he successfully passed the bar on his first attempt. Josh started his own practice at the end of 2010.
Josh now practices real estate and general business law (he also used to handle criminal defense matters, though no longer focuses on criminal cases). Josh has a diverse clientele from individuals to corporations and enjoys advocating for his clients and their myriad of cases.
Josh currently lives on Mercer Island with his wife Amy and his son Jordan Robert, who turned 2 on July 5th, 2018. Josh and Amy also have a dog they rescued from San Juan Island name Chrissy. Josh is an avid boater -- you can often find him up in the San Juan Islands, especially during the summer.
In addition to boating and the practice of law, Josh's interests include playing softball as part of the Mercer Island JCC league, wine tasting, traveling, volunteering with the alumni association of his college fraternity and avidly supporting the Huskies. Josh also enjoys spending time with his family -- his parents and grandparents also live on Mercer Island and his brother is only a few miles further. A true Seattleite, Josh plans to live in what he considers the most amazing part of the country the rest of his life.