Julie leads the Fair Use Project at Stanford Law School where she represents writers, filmmakers, musicians, and others who rely on fair use in creating their work. She litigates copyright cases and advises documentary filmmakers and other content creators. Julie’s litigation matters have included representing Lawrence Golan in Golan v. Holder before the U.S. Supreme Court; Shepard Fairey against The Associated Press over the “Obama Hope” posters; RDR Books in litigation with J.K. Rowling and Warner Brothers over the Harry Potter Lexicon; the producers and distributors of the film Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed in litigation against Yoko Ono Lennon and EMI Records.
Before joining Stanford, Julie was a litigation attorney at Kirkland & Ellis LLP in San Francisco. She received her J.D. cum laude from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in 2002. She is admitted to the bars of California and New York.