Julia handles commercial litigation and defense work for clients, and she is equally adept at representing those whose needs change by the day, as well as those involved in long-term disputes. She represents a bank holding company and financial services corporation that she counsels on issues, including general retail litigation, third-party subpoenas, and garnishment. This client depends on Julia to eliminate any instances of potential culpability and to keep them clear of costly legal battles.
She also handles construction litigation and commercial litigation for clients, including discovery, drafting of pleadings, court appearances, and depositions. Julia understands tackling construction problems can be a long and emotional process, and she counsels clients on what to expect while working closely with experts to analyze reports to find causes and solutions to project errors.
Julia is skilled at drafting pleadings, motions, discovery, requests, post-hearing briefs, and other materials common in a typical case on a much more expedited schedule. She knows her clients are depending on her to find solutions to problems affecting their businesses, and she thrives on digging into the details of their cases, learning all there is to know about a particular case, and finding and advocating for a favorable resolution.
- University of Pittsburgh School of Law (J.D., cum laude, 2016)
- Journal of Law and Commerce, editor-in-chief
- Dean’s Scholarship (2013 - 2015)
- Beckman Fund Scholarship (2013)
- CALI Excellence for the Future Award – Non-Profit Organizations
- University of Michigan (B.A., 2013)
- U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania