Julie Batz is a partner at Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara, LLP’s Walnut Creek office. She has been with BWB&O since 2018 and has about 15 years of experience litigating cases in the Bay Area. Ms. Batz is licensed to practice law in all California Courts as well as for the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. She handles general liability in third party litigated matters and first party claims. This includes premises liability, personal injury (including construction related injuries) wrongful death, landlord and property management defense, as well as easement disputes. On behalf of BWB&O, Ms. Batz has represented individuals, small businesses, as well as large corporations in large exposure litigated matters. She has successfully mediated countless matters and has jury and bench trial experience.
In 2001, Ms. Batz graduated from the University of California, Santa Cruz with a Psychology degree. In 2008, she obtained her Juris Doctorate from San Francisco Law School. After passing the California Bar, she spent the first 5 years at a non-profit organization representing seniors and dependent adults in Alameda County Superior Court and at naturalization interviews with U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services. During this time, Ms. Batz completed at least 50 bench trials in Alameda County Superior Court. She is currently the President of Legal Access Alameda, the non-profit arm of the Alameda County Bar Association. In her free time, Ms. Batz enjoys spending with her family and judging college and law school moot court competitions when she can.