Josh Moonesinghe is an Associate at Braun & Braun, LLP. Mr. Moonesinghe’s practice primarily focuses on white collar crime and civil litigation with an emphasis in personal injury, business torts, and contract disputes.
Prior to joining Braun & Braun, Mr. Moonesinghe worked at a civil litigation firm in South Pasadena where he helped defend architects, contractors, and engineers in construction-related matters. In 2015, Mr. Moonesinghe received a Certificate of Honor from the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office for his assistance in prosecuting criminal cases involving theft, vandalism, DUIs, and other criminal offenses.
Mr. Moonesinghe received his J.D. from the UCLA School of Law with a specialization in Business Law. During law school, he served as Publicity Chair for the Asian/Pacific Islander Law Students Association (APILSA) and as part of UCLA’s prestigious Corporate Law Clinic. Mr. Moonesinghe prides himself on giving back to the community and has worked first-hand with various non-profit organizations including Public Counsel, the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles, and Venice High School’s Teen Court program.
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Moonesinghe co-founded EquityEats (now inKind Capital), a crowdfunding company designed to raise capital for bars and restaurants in the Washington, D.C. area.
Mr. Moonesinghe did his undergraduate studies at UC Santa Barbara, where he graduated with high honors.
- UCLA School of Law (J.D., 2017)
- University of California Santa Barbara (B.A., Psychology and Sociology, 2012)