Josephine Far guides clients through complex litigation, focusing her practice on product liability and mass tort matters for pharmaceutical and consumer product companies all over the country. Josephine is skilled in all stages of litigation, including drafting pleadings, motions and briefs; preparing for trial; and developing strategies for clients.

Prior Experience

Prior to joining as an associate, Josephine was a summer associate and represented clients in disputes for product liability, environmental and toxic torts, business litigation, and class actions and employment matters. She also attended trial for a product liability case and assisted with trial strategy.

During law school, Josephine served as a research assistant at Loyola Law School, developing advanced research skills. She earned several awards including First Honors in Legal Research and Writing, as well as the Outstanding First Year Brief Award, and the Continuing Education of the Bar Award for Excellence in Legal Research and Writing. Josephine also served as a writing tutor in the Teacher Assistant Seminar, an invitation-only program for distinguished writing students. Ultimately, Josephine graduated law school with a concentration in Civil Litigation.

Josephine is fluent in Hebrew and conversational in Farsi.

Personal Interests

In her spare time, Josie enjoys planning parties, painting and making sushi.


Bar Admissions





Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
J.D. (2021)

University of Southern California
B.A. in Psychology (2017)

Leadership & Community

Pro Bono

  • Conducted research and drafted memoranda for firmwide pro bono program, the Minnesota Anti-Sex Trafficking Project
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