Julia Crawford is an Associate with Winer, Burritt & Scott, LLP in their Oakland office where she primarily represents employees and other harmed individuals in harassment, discrimination, wrongful termination, sexual assault, and civil rights cases. Julia is dedicated to vigorously advocating for her clients and desires to make a positive impact on the lives of those she represents. Julia is passionate about representing members of traditionally marginalized groups and helping level any imbalance of power for those wronged. Julia spent the beginning of her career fighting for worker’s rights and civil liberties with no sign of changing course anytime soon.
Julia earned her J.D. from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco, where she graduated cum laude. During law school, she received the CALI Award for Excellence for Employment Law and Labor Law. Further, Julia made a tangible impact during her time at school earning her multiple merit scholarships, the Public Interest Achievement Award, and the Outstanding Contributions to UC Hastings Community–Student Organization Award. Julia volunteered for Legal Aid at Work’s Workers’ Rights Clinic and Pandemic Unemployment Insurance Clinic. Additionally, she was the president of the American Constitutional Society’s UC Hastings Chapter, where she effected change on the university by implementing policies to support survivors of sexual assault and sexual harassment. Julia was
also a member and Executive Productions Editor of the Hastings Gender and the Law Journal (formally the Hastings Women’s Law Journal) and a research assistant, teaching assistant, and tutor. Julia graduated from University of Washington-Seattle with a degree in Political Science and minors in Human Rights and Law, Society, and Justice.
Julia published an article, entitled Imposter Syndrome for Women in Male-Dominated Careers, in Hasting’s Gender and the Law Journal.
She is a licensed member of the State Bar of California.