- Baylor University School of Law, J.D., 2017, Baylor Law Review, Order of the Barristers, Dean’s List
- Baylor University, B.A., 2014, Merit-Based Scholarship Recipient, Dean’s List
700 North Pearl Street
Twenty-Fifth Floor - Plaza of the Americas
Dallas, Texas 75201
214-880-2683 direct | 214-871-8209 fax
Julie is an attorney in the firm’s litigation and casualty section, maintaining an active and diverse practice with an emphasis in the areas of commercial litigation, premises liability, construction defect, and automobile/trucking accidents. Julie represents her clients enthusiastically, focusing on thorough communication and assistance with the variety of complex issues that arise in the context of litigation.
Before joining Thompson Coe, Julie worked at a boutique civil litigation firm defending clients in variety of areas, including, medical malpractice, premises liability, probate litigation, and labor and employment. She has experience in all aspects of civil litigation including depositions, complex discovery and e-discovery, pre-trial hearings, discovery disputes, mediations, trials, and arbitrations.
- Obtained arbitration judgment and dismissal of claims in favor of a member of one of the largest health care systems in Texas in breach of contract and declaratory judgment action brought by an employee.
- Successfully defended large health care system in medical malpractice action based on complex legal issues relating to business entity law resulting in dismissal of client from the case.
- Attended trial assisting in drafting trial motions regarding proper jury instruction objections and submissions, motions in limine, motions for directed verdict, and trial briefs helping to obtain favorable settlement in complex medical malpractice case.
Professional and Community Activities
- Dallas Bar Association
- Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
- Patrick E. Higginbotham Inn of Court, Associate, 2017-18
- Watermark Community Church
Co-Author, Your Digital World: What’s Happening and Using Metadata, State Bar of Texas Advanced Medical Torts CLE
A Deposition Is Not A “Take Home Examination”: Resolving the Ambiguity of Texas Rule of Civil Procedure 203.1, 69 BAYLOR L. REV. 217.