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Perrar Joseph is a native of Boston, Massachusetts. The son of first-generation Haitian immigrants, he is fluent in English, French, and Haitian Creole. He moved to Huntsville, Alabama, in 2002 where he attended Oakwood University. Upon completion of his Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Mr. Joseph worked as a Domestic Violence Victim's Advocate. He realized he could serve his community even more capably as an attorney with a strong background in Social Work and continue fighting for the rights of the abused. In 2015, he graduated from the Birmingham School of Law while he continued to work as an advocate for victims of domestic violence, serving as an advocate for families on Redstone Arsenal.


Mr. Joseph also served his community as an Adjunct Professor of Pre-Law Studies and Social Work at Oakwood University, where he coached the Mock Trial Team. He sits on the Domestic Violence and Human Trafficking Task Force, and has worked with other community organizations including HEALS, Inc.; Community Action Partnership of North Alabama, The Boys and Girls Club of North Alabama, Crisis Services of North Alabama, and the Madison County Red Cross. Mr. Joseph conducts training sessions on domestic violence prevention, child and elder abuse prevention, and human trafficking awareness for civilian and military personnel and some law enforcement agencies. He is deeply passionate about his work with families and the courts to ensure the best possible outcome for clients in any situation.

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