Julie is an AV-ratedinjury lawyerwhose practice includes personal injury, medical malpracticeand handling product liability lawsuits for individuals who have been harmed by the negligence of others. Her practice also includes commercial litigation and class actions. She works closely with clients to inform and involve them at every step of their case, assuring that clients will receive the highest quality representation.
Honors and Experience
In 2009, Julie received the Daily Business Reviews Most Effective Lawyers Award for receiverships, and she was a finalist for medical negligence litigation. In 2010, the University of Miami School of Law honored her with the Alumni Leadership Award, and she received the South Florida Business Journals Woman Extraordinaire Award.
A cum laude graduate of the University of Miami School of Law, Julie serves in a leadership role in legal professional organizations and the civic community. She is a past president of the Miami-Dade Florida Association for Women Lawyers and has served as a Commissioner on the Florida Elections Commission. She served as a trustee and co-chair of the National College of Advocates.
Julie currently serves as Vice President of the American Association for Justice (AAJ), where she has served for many years on the Executive Committee and the Board of Governors. She was the chair of theProducts LiabilitySection and the Womens Caucus, and in 2012 she founded and chaired the Voter Protection Action Committee, which works across the nation to protect the rights of American citizens to vote. AAJ awarded Julie its prestigious Howard Twiggs Award for professionalism in 2013, its Marie Lambert Award for exemplary leadership to the profession, to her community, to AAJ, and to the Women Trial Lawyers Caucus and its Joe Tonahill Award for legal excellence, given in recognition of outstanding and dedicated service to consumers and the trial bar.
Personal Injury Lawyer Who Handles Cases Nationwide
As an accident attorney, Julie is on the Board of Directors of the Florida Justice Association. She has previously chaired its Womens Caucus and the New Lawyers Division.