Juliana S. Gall
Julie was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio. In 1986, Julie entered law school at the University of Akron, where she served as Editor-in-Chief of the Akron Law Review. Prior to becoming Editor-in-Chief, she served as a Case and Comment editor for the journal. She is the author of The Edwards' Decision: The End of Creationism in Our Public Schools? (1987), 21 Akron L. Rev. 255 (also available on Westlaw), and The Gift of Life: New Laws, Old Dilemmas, and The Future of Organ Procurement (1988), 21 Akron L. Rev. 443.
Julie was a judicial intern for the Honorable David D. Dowd, Jr. in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio. She was also the recipient of the Lawyers Co-op Publishing and Bancroft-Whitney Co. Award in 1988 and 1989, which were based on academic performance. Julie was a research and teaching assistant and was a member of the Student Bar Association, American Bar Association, Student Division, Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, and Akron Bar Association, Student Division.
After graduating from The University of Akron School of Law in 1989, Julie moved to Canton, Ohio and entered the private practice of law in the area of securities and real estate litigation. Since 1991, her practice has focused almost exclusively on representation of physicians, nurses, hospitals, and nursing homes in medical negligence actions. Prior to joining Hanna, Campbell & Powell, she practiced with a major defense litigation firm and handled medical negligence lawsuits across Northeast Ohio. She has also argued numerous cases before several of Ohio’s Courts of Appeals and has spoken to physician groups on the subject of medical negligence.
In her spare time, Julie enjoys biking the local towpaths with her husband, gardening, and tackling home improvement projects.