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undefinedJoshua R. Hernandez

Senior Associate

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Joshua R. Hernandez was admitted to the California Bar in 2008 after graduating from Chapman University School of Law, and has been with Wright, Finlay, & Zak since 2010. Mr. Hernandez focuses primarily on mortgage banking litigation, including lender, loan servicer and trustee defense in state and federal courts throughout California. Each quarter, Mr. Hernandez assists in preparing a summary and analysis of new and impactful state and federal appellate opinions throughout the western United States to be distributed to clients for their education and information. He has also written an article entitled, “The Fizzled Fuse: Yvanova 18 Months Later” that was published in the WFZ Quarterly. He also prepared and presented an MCLE Seminar entitled, “The Evolving Duty of Care in Reviewing Loan Mod Applications.” Prior to joining Wright, Finlay, & Zak, Mr. Hernandez was an associate at a small business litigation firm that also had a constitutional law practice. Mr. Hernandez gained unique experience handling state and federal matters involving voters’ rights, prison reform, separation of powers, ballot integrity, and freedom of speech. For two years, Mr. Hernandez served as a delegate to the State Convention of the California Republican Party. Mr. Hernandez is also a member of the Orange County Hispanic Bar Association.


  • California State University, Fullerton (B.A., Political Science and Public Administration, summa cum laude, 2005)
  • Chapman University School of Law (J.D., 2008)

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