Attorney Julia Bouianova
Prior to and during the law school, Julia worked as a paralegal for a general practice law firm for five years, gaining intense hands-on practical experience in the legal areas of probate, criminal law, personal injury, bankruptcy, and family law.
She is admitted to the Wisconsin Bar and to the Eastern and Western Federal Districts of Wisconsin.
A magna cum laude graduate of Marquette University Law School, she was on the dean’s list every semester, and, because of her distinguished academic achievements, she received a Marquette Law School scholarship for two consecutive years.
While in law school, Julia also earned three Computer Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) awards for achieving the highest grades in her class in classes for Laws of Remedies; Parent, Child, and State and Criminal Process. She also served as a member and an associate editor for Marquette Law Review.
In addition to her legal training, Attorney Bouianova is certified in grief therapy through the American Institute of Healthcare Professionals. Julia's training provides her with the ability to better understand and help her clients and their families deal with the emotional challenges of their divorce.
Julia has a daughter to whom she is deeply devoted, and is is fluent in the Russian and Ukrainian languages. She enjoys hiking, camping, bowling, and traveling.
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