Overview

Julianne helps companies of all sizes navigate the complex world of FDA-regulated drug and device development and product commercialization. She has experience with regulated human subjects research, including helping clients negotiate clinical and pre-clinical trial agreements, draft informed consents and HIPAA authorizations and work with Institutional Review Boards.
Additionally, she counsels companies to compliantly advertise and promote drugs and devices, including reviewing promotional and marketing materials for use with healthcare providers or directly to consumers. She has helped companies create compliant websites—including displaying pharmaceutical pipeline information—and produce and disseminate health education materials for a wide variety of disease states. She also has experience advising clients in other health law matters, including physician employment contracting and the regulation of health care professionals at the state and federal level.
Julianne helps clients negotiate clinical trial agreements, draft pre-clinical trial agreements and review informed consents and HIPAA authorizations. She also has experience advising and representing clients in other health law matters, including physician employment contracting and the regulation of health care professionals at both a state and federal level.

Past Experience

During law school, Julianne spent time with Faegre Baker Daniels as a health care law clerk and summer associate.

Credentials

Bar Admissions

Indiana

Education

Indiana University Maurer School of Law
J.D. cum laude, Indiana Law Journal (managing editor) (2015)

College of William and Mary
B.A. in History, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, with highest honors (2011)

Leadership & Community

Civic Activities

  • Park Tudor School Alumni Association — Board of Directors (September 2015 – present)

Honors

  • Indiana University Maurer School of Law — Jefferies Fellowship and Harriet C. Beasley Scholarship; Highest Grade in Torts; and Highest Grade in Criminal Law
  • College of William & Mary — William Elbert Fraley Award and Lyon G. Tyler Research Grant
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