Julia K. Conlin
Julia Conlin is of counsel, representing clients in appellate litigation matters that include civil, criminal, and family issues. In addition, Attorney Conlin maintains an active practice in school law and special education matters, where she advocates for students with disabilities and their families to secure the services they need to thrive in school as children and in society at large as adults. Prior to joining the firm, Attorney Conlin served as an appellate prosecutor at the Office of the Chief State’s Attorney of Connecticut, where she handled over forty appeals before the Connecticut Appellate and Supreme Courts. Attorney Conlin began her career clerking for Chief Justice William J. Sullivan at the Connecticut Supreme Court.
Attorney Conlin is a member of the Council of Parents, Attorneys, and Advocates and serves as an educational surrogate for the state Department of Education. In addition, Attorney Conlin previously served as adjunct faculty at the University of Connecticut School of Law. She is member of the Connecticut and Massachusetts state bars, and also is admitted to practice before the District Courts of Connecticut and Massachusetts, as well as the United States Supreme Court.
Before attending Boston College Law School, Attorney Conlin graduated with a B.A. in English, cum laude, from the College of the Holy Cross. While at BC Law, she served as managing editor of the Boston College Third World Law Journal and graduated in 2000.