Julia Wisenberg is a J.D. candidate graduating in May 2018. Julia was born in San Antonio and grew up in Washington, D.C. After graduating from the University of Texas at Austin in 2012, Julia worked as a paralegal for a commercial real estate law firm and a family law firm. Julia’s experience also includes internships with Chief Judge Emeritus Fred Biery and U.S. Magistrate Judge Henry J. Bemporad in the Western District of Texas as well as Justice Martha Hill Jamison on the Texas Fourteenth Court of Appeals. This past summer, Julia worked in the Chief Legal Office of USAA handling various insurance law and corporate governance issues.
In addition to being an Articles Editor for the Texas Tech Law Review, Julia acts as the co-executive editor of and senior writer to Volume 41 of the Texas Bank Lawyer. Julia enjoys serving on the Tech Law Board of Barristers and the Pro Bono Board of Directors. Julia has competed in numerous negotiations, mock trial, and moot court competitions, including the Duberstein National Moot Court Competition as both an oralist and brief writer. Julia’s legal interests include corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, and white collar crime.