Julie R. Ursic
Academic and Professional Credentials
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, J.D. 2004
University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), B.A. Communication Studies, 2001 (cum laude), Minor in Applied Developmental Psychology
Admitted to California State Bar and U.S. District Court for the Central District
Background and Experience
While attending Loyola Law School, Ms. Ursic served as Articles Editor of the Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review in 2003-2004, and as a staff member in 2002-2003. In Fall 2003, Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review published Ms. Ursic’s article, “Racial Segregation in California Prisons.” Ms. Ursic also served as an extern at the California State Court of Appeal (Second District, Division Seven) for the Honorable Earl Johnson, Jr. During her externship, Ms. Ursic researched and composed drafts of judicial opinions. Additionally, Ms. Ursic served as a law clerk at the California Teachers Association (CTA) and at the law firm, Trutanich and Michel, in Los Angeles.
Ms. Ursic joined the Law Offices of Adrienne D. Cohen as a law clerk in October 2004, became an associate in December 2004 and became of counsel in December 2016.