Julie Vernon concentrates her intellectual property practice on patent litigation in environmental law, energy, biomedical and agricultural products, and chemical compounds.
Julie’s recent experience includes conducting legal research for developing post-conviction litigation strategies and deposition techniques for a Wisconsin Innocence Project case alleging Shaken Baby Syndrome. Most recently, Julie interned for the
Honorable Judge William Conley of the Western District of Wisconsin.
While attending law school, Julie worked as an on-call microbiology technician for a
successful clinical diagnostics company specializing in food labs and services,
biopharma services, and environmental services. These services encompass
AgroSciences and genomic services, plant, seed, and animal Agri genomics, food
safety, and more.
Julie also worked as an intern at the Michigan Environmental Council in Lansing, MI, and as a legislative intern in the Office of Senator Patrick Colbeck.
University of Wisconsin Law School
J.D., cum laude
Order of the Coif
Wisconsin International Law Journal
Michigan State University
B.A., Chemistry and Sociology, with Honors
Minor in Bioethics
Social Science Scholars Class of 2018 (2014-2018)
Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Society (2015-2018)
Study Abroad: Cambridge and London, England (2015)
Minnesota Supreme Court
Wisconsin Supreme Court
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin