Julie Oinonen is the Principal Managing Partner of Williams Oinonen LLC. An honors graduate of Emory University School of Law, Ms. Oinonen also graduated Magna Cum Laude with her Masters of Business Administration and received a Masters of Education degree with honors.
Ms. Oinonen’s primary focus is handling employment law, education law, business litigation, personal injury and constitutional, civil rights cases. Ms. Oinonen is an Adjunct faculty instructor at Emory University School of Law’s Trial Techniques program. She is a Board member of the National Employment Lawyer’s Association of Georgia, a civil rights association made up of lawyers whose employment litigation practice areas advocate for the rights of employees. Ms. Oinonen is also on the Alumni Board for Emory University School of Law and on the Judge Clarence Cooper American Inn of Court, affiliated with Emory University School of Law.
Ms. Oinonen has been presented with the International Academy of Trial Lawyers Award for Outstanding Excellence in Trial Advocacy, the Georgia Association of Women Lawyers Award, and the Kathleen Kessler-Eidson Trial Advocacy Award. Ms. Oinonen is a member of the Lamar Inn, the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, the American Association for Justice, the National Employment Lawyers Association and admitted into the prestigious Order of Emory Advocates.