Joshua C. Devine – Principal

Joshua C. Devine – Principal

In 2019 Josh rejoined Rogers-Ehrhardt after serving most of 2018 as the Associate Circuit Judge for Division 11 in Boone County, where he presided over hundreds of civil and criminal cases.  Prior to joining the bench, Josh handled civil cases at every stage of the litigation process for the firm, and was selected to the Missouri/Kansas Super Lawyers Magazine Rising Stars list from 2014 to 2017.  He was recently named to the 2019 Class of 20 Under 40 by Columbia Business Times.  

Joshua C. Devine
302 Campusview Drive, Suite 204 Columbia, Missouri 65201
Office: 573-442-0131
Fax: 573-442-9423
jdevine@rogersehrhardt.com



Academic Honors and Degrees

University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law

  • Juris Doctorate, 2007
  • Order of the Coif
  • Missouri Law Review – Note and Comment Editor, 2006-2007
  • Judge L.F. Cottey Award for Excellence in Written and Oral Advocacy
  • William M. Howard Award in Legal Research and Writing

Truman State University

  • B.S. May 2003
  • Cum Laude

Legal Experience

  • Principal – Rogers, Ehrhardt, Weber & Howard, L.L.C., d/b/a Rogers Ehrhardt, 2015 – 2018, 2019 – Present
  • Associate Circuit Judge – County of Boone, State of Missouri – 2018
  • Associate Attorney – Ford, Parshall & Baker, 2011-2015
  • Associate Attorney – Husch Blackwell, LLP (f/k/a Blackwell Sanders LLP), 2007-2011
  • Summer Associate – Blackwell Sanders LLP, 2006
  • Law Clerk – Ford, Parshall & Baker, LLC, 2005
  • Intern, Office of U.S. Congressman Kenny Hulshof, 2001-2003

Awards and Recognition

Bar Memberships

  • Missouri, 2007
  • United States District Court, Western District of Missouri, 2007
  • United States District Court, Eastern District of Missouri, 2007
  • Illinois, 2008
  • United States Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of Missouri, 2010
  • United States District Court, Southern District of Illinois, 2010
  • United States Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of Illinois, 2010

Professional Affiliations

Publications

  • Struggling to Give Meaning to the Concept of “Meaningful Interference “: The Eighth Circuit Announces a New Rule, 72 MISSOURILAWREVIEW 225 (2007).