Joe Vandegriff's practice focuses on insurance coverage litigation, exclusively on behalf of policyholders, and other commercial litigation in state and federal courts. He has helped draft and respond to: complaints, motions to dismiss, summary judgment motions, and suppression motions. Joe also has experience in creating trial exhibit and witness lists.
Joe's recent work includes defending a pharmaceutical manufacturer against claims brought under Sections 1 and 2 of the Sherman Act for an alleged "product hop."
Joe maintains an active pro bono practice involving immigration matters. He has helped immigrants apply for asylum, special immigrant juvenile status, family unity benefits, and employment authorization.
Before attending law school, Joe was a teacher and football coach in St. Louis for two years through the Teach For America program.
- New York University (J.D. 2019; Frank H. Sommer Memorial Award; Vanderbilt Medal); Georgetown University (B.A. in Political Economy cum laude 2014)
- New York
- Appellate and Trial Intern, Federal Public Defender, Northern District of Texas (Summer 2017)