Joe helps clients right injustices from civil and human rights violations and discrimination, while working to deter future governmental and corporate misconduct.
With a diverse professional background that includes technology, public affairs, and project management, Joe Fouché III brings a unique skillset to his law practice. He couples this experience with a passion for fighting for those harmed by the negligence of others, human and civil rights violations, and discrimination, implementing an organized and effective litigation approach for his clients.
Prior to joining DiCello Levitt, Joe worked at a personal injury law firm. Most of his nearly five-year tenure at the firm occurred while simultaneously earning his law degree at Thurgood Marshall School of Law. At the firm, Joe served as a pre-litigation team manager.
Before pursuing a legal career, Joe worked in the public sector, including stints as an administrative associate at the City of Houston’s Public Works Department and as a consultant with a public affairs firm, helping municipalities select and implement technology solutions. Joe also served as a project manager for charter schools’ transportation logistics, worked as a legislative intern for a Florida state representative, and served as a legal intern for a probate court judge. While earning his bachelor’s degree in political science at Grinnell College, Joe supported his father’s campaigns for local governmental offices.