Josh Brower practices in the areas of land use, development and real estate, with an emphasis on complex project permitting, appeals and litigation. He helps people buy, sell and develop real property and he helps companies organize, grow, strategize, govern and develop exit strategies. He represents developers of wind farms and other renewable energy projects, developers of multi-family...Show more
Joshua has received 1 client review
Posted by: a Land Use & Zoning client
I recommend Joshua Brower
I hired Joshua more than 3 years ago.
Joshua handled my Land Use / Zoning matter.
I have previously worked with more than 10 lawyers.
I have known Mr. Brower since 1994...just prior to his writing the Washington State bar examine. Having over 40 years in the construction and real estate development industry (26 years in my own business) I've had the opportunity to work with dozens of attorneys. Mr. Brower tops the list as a real estate development attorney...supported by his prior education and experience as a planner. He's very conscientious about his professional responsibility...demonstrated continuously through his efforts to seek creative solutions; rather than a short cut pursuit of litigation. He never hesitates to go the extra mile in his research, exploring potential solutions and communicating with all parties. With Mr. Brower on our development team, I'm reassured that we're receiving the best legal advise and a keen interest in attaining the project goals. Given his positive contributions to our development projects...he'll be on our team for a long time.
Relationship: Worked together on matter
I strongly endorse Josh. He is a solid and practical lawyer with great judgment. He is also fun to work with and very good at accomplishing the desired end result for clients.
Veris Law Group PLLC
1995 JD-Juris Doctor cum laude in Law
Seattle University School of Law
2013 Super Lawyer
Washington Law & Politics Magazine
1995- present Member
WSBA Environmental & Land Use Section
2003 State and Local Permitting Issues for Green Power: The Complexities Involved in Farming the Wind--A Developer's Perspective
2011 Alternatives Analysis in Threshold Determination
2011 Getting Projects Built and Operational