Julia Starck Trudeau, New York

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Listed in Commercial Litigation, Intellectual Property

  • New York, New York

email: Julia.starck@gmail.com

Law School: McGill University, Faculty of Law, B.C.L./LL.B.

School: McGill University, Faculty of Arts, B.A & M.A in Art History

State/Provincial Admissions: New York (2013), Quebec (2014)

Languages: English and French read, spoken and written natively; Conversational in Italian

Julia Starck Trudeau is an attorney admitted to practice in both New York and Quebec.
Julia completed an undergraduate and a master’s degree in Art History at McGill University. During her summers in college, Julia worked at the McCord Museum of Canadian History and as a customs agent for the Canada Border Services Agency at Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport.

Julia obtained her civil and common law degrees from McGill University. During law school, Julia clerked for the Honorable Jean-Francois Buffoni at the Quebec Superior Court and volunteered at the McGill Legal Information Clinic. As a law student, she spent two summers in New York City, first as a summer associate at Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts and then as an intern at the Gagosian Gallery.

Julia completed her articles at Fasken Martineau in Montreal and has worked as a litigator in a boutique litigation firm in New York City.

Julia currently serves as the Vice-President of the Canadian American Bar Association, she is a member of the Copyright and Literary Property Committee of the New York City Bar and she is a member of the Advocates for Public Policy committee of the New York Junior League. Julia also sits on the Young Professionals Board of the Friends of the Children organization.

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