Julie’s experience also includes working in the conflict resolution field with the Maryland Judiciary’s Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office. In this capacity, she helped the state’s courts expand and improve their use of alternative dispute resolution processes, and managed development of the innovative, web-based Alternative Dispute Resolution Evaluation Support System.
Julie became a mediator, was admitted to the bar, and joined the Maryland Judiciary in 2008, transitioning from a successful career in the communication and education fields with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. There, she served for several years as an associate editor of the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, then the most widely read professional law enforcement journal in the world. She later spent a decade as a faculty member for the FBI National Academy, helping law enforcement executives from around the world achieve their professional goals through better written, oral, interpersonal, and organizational communication skills.
Julie is currently a volunteer for the District Court of Maryland’s Day-of-Trial Mediation program and an adjunct professor for the Georgetown University Law Center, where she teaches seminars on negotiation.
Julie can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and 202-502-4226.