I grew up in Middle Tennessee and graduted from Brentwood High School in 1993. I graduated from Samford University in 1997.
I had the privilege of working for the Williamson County Circuit Court Judges while I was in law school. That experience gave me valuable insight into the judicial system which I have used to effectively represent my clients. I began my practice in 2005 serving clients in Middle Tennessee.
In 2007, I was appointed to serve as a Juvenile Magistrate for Williamson County on a part-time basis. In that role, I preside over court proceedings involving custody matters and deliquency cases.
My goal is to provide each client with effective and professional representation. I believe communication with my clients is important to build trust and to provide valuable information to them regarding their cases.
Fixed (sometimes), Retainer (always)
Cash, Check, Credit card
Are you an attorney? Endorse this lawyer
I endorse this lawyer. Josh and I have had cases against each other and I have been in front of Josh when he sat on the bench as a Magistrate. In both settings I found Josh to be level headed, fair, and extremely knowledgeable in all aspects of Family Law. I consider Josh a friend and would recommend him to anyone needing a strong advocate in Court who is well respected amongst his peers.
Jason Talley Divorce and separation Attorney
Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter
I have had experience presenting cases in front on Mr. Rogers while his is on the bench and cases where he was opposing counsel. While on the bench Mr. Rogers is fair and allows you to present your case and is an excellent advocate with a skill set to meet or exceed his client's expectations. I endorse this attorney.
Ernest Campbell Divorce and separation Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Top 100 Trial Lawyers||National Trial Lawyers||2015|
|Best Law Firm||U.S. News and World Report||2013|
|Cooper's Inn top 10% in class||Nashville School of Law||2005|
|Cum Laude||Samford university||1997|
|Rule 31 mediator||Schell & Davies||2013 - Present|
|Planning Commissioner||City of Spring Hill||2013 - Present|
|Partner||Schell & Davies||2012 - Present|
|Attorney||Schell & Davies||2008 - Present|
|Magistrate||Williamson County Juvenile Court||2007 - Present|
|Special Judge||Williamson County, General Sessions Court||2009 - 2009|
|Partner||Law Office of Joshua L. Rogers||2005 - 2008|
|Clerk||Williamson County, Tennessee Circuit Court||2003 - 2005|
|Deputy Clerk||Williamson County, Tennessee Circuit Court||2001 - 2003|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Tennessee Bar Association, Family Law Section||Member||2011 - Present|
|Williamson County Bar Association||Member||2005 - Present|
|American Inns of Court||Member||2006 - 2009|
|State v. Cordell Vaughn 279 S.W. 3d 584||Positive. Conviction overturned by Court of Criminal Appeals|
|King v. King, 2010 WL 2730600||Positive. Mother allowed to move. Father's request to change custody denied|
|Keown v. Keown 2015 WL 3455383||Positive|
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|Nashville School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2005|
|Samford University||Mass Communications||BS - Bachelor of Science||1997|
|Juvenile Court conference||Juvenile Court Procedure||2009|