Foley & Mansfield
Foley & Mansfield

Julie Brummond

Attorney - Chicago

jbrummond@foleymansfield.com

312-254-3800

Bar Admissions: Illinois; Florida

Practice Groups: Toxic Tort / Mass Tort

Education: Washington University School of Law, 2013, JD - cum laude; Duke University, 2010, BA, Philosophy & Spanish, Minor in Women's Studies - cum laude

Memberships: Cook County Bar Association

BIOGRAPHY

Julie Brummond is an attorney in Foley & Mansfield’s Chicago office, focusing her practice in the area of Toxic Tort and Mass Tort litigation.

Prior to completing law school, Julie worked as a judicial clerk at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in St. Louis, MO, where she drafted summary judgments and observed hearings and mediations. She also interned at the Metropolitan St. Louis Equal Housing Opportunity Council, researching and drafting legal documents and counseling clients on housing-related matters.

Julie received her J.D. in 2013 from Washington University School of Law, where she was the recipient of the CALI Award for Labor Law in 2011, and participated in Global Studies Law Review and ABA Representation in Mediation Team. She also served as a Student Bar Association Representative from 2010 to 2013.

IN THE NEWS

Foley & Mansfield Champions Gender Parity; Firm Named #2 in National Law Journal Women in Law Rankings

Foley & Mansfield is pleased to announce that the firm has been named #2 among the National Law Journal Women in Law rankings, and has again been listed among the nation's largest law firms – the NLJ 500. The firm ranked #271 in the annual listing, which this year was expanded to include the top 500 law firms in the nation.

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Law360 Ranks Foley & Mansfield Among Top Firms for Female Attorneys

The national defense firm of Foley & Mansfield is pleased to announce it has been ranked 15th on Law360’s 2016 list of the 100 best U.S. law firms for women.

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  • Are 6 Angry Men (and Women) Better Than 12? Illinois Litigants Maneuver to Present the Question of the Constitutionality of a Recent Statutory Amendment before the Appellate Courts, FETTI Winter/Spring 2016 Case Law Update Newsletter. Read the Article.

     

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