Virginia, US

Julie has extensive experience representing large multinational corporations in a variety of industries, including telecommunications, financial services, transportation, entertainment, healthcare, consulting, energy and oil and gas.

Her experience in the immigration field includes addressing a broad range of issues facing multinational companies, including global workforce mobility, mergers and acquisitions, compliance, security clearances, and policy development.

Julie works pro bono with Sanctuary for Families to provide immigration representation to Sanctuary professional employees in need of nonimmigrant visas and permanent residence.

She provides immigration representation and assistance to victims of domestic violence as referred by Sanctuary.  Julie also works pro bono with The Studio School to provide immigration representation to school teachers in need of nonimmigrant visas.

Julie worked pro bono with The 9/11 Project-New York Lawyers for the Public Interest where she provided immigration representation to family of victim of 9/11 and obtained U.S. permanent resident status for immediate family under special provisions of the USA Patriot Act.

Julie speaks English and Spanish.

Education


New York Law School | J.D., 1997, cum laude
Boston College | B.A., 1994

Awards

New York Law School Award for Connecting Business and Our Global Community, 2018

Boston College Archbishop Oscar A. Romero Alumni Award for Community Service, 2003

Professional Accomplishments / Memberships

Bar Admissions: New York

Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association

Member, New York State Women’s Bar Association

Publications and Lectures

Speaker, Immigration Law at Columbia Law School and at New York Law School.

Speaker, Council for Global Immigration (CFGI) on topics such as maintaining nonimmigrant status and permanent residence strategies.

“Unraveling the Mysteries in Adjustment of Status”, ILW.Com Lecture Series, October 2004.