Julia’s client-driven approach combines strategic problem solving and faithful advocacy to promote corporate accountability.
A lifelong advocate for others, Julia Veeser understands the importance of putting clients’ needs at the forefront of legal problem solving. With a focus in data privacy and commercial litigation, Julia strives to promote honest business practices and enhance corporate transparency through strategic advocacy and efficient communication.
While in law school, Julia was a notes and comments editor for the Chicago-Kent Law Review and served as an executive board member for Chicago-Kent’s Moot Court Honor Society. As a CALI Award recipient in privacy law and a Dean’s List honoree, Julia’s devotion to legal excellence brought her to DiCello Levitt, where she worked as a law clerk before beginning as an associate attorney.
Julia also graduated from the University of Michigan with a double major in political science and Spanish. On top of balancing a rigorous academic schedule, Julia participated in varsity athletics, where she achieved two national cheerleading championships and was a four-time U-M Athletic Academic Achievement Award recipient.