The Law Office of Julie M. Weiner

Serving the Legal Needs of Employers and Individuals Since 2000


What you should know about Julie Weiner….

For more than two decades Julie has provided guidance on both sides of employment law issues. 
When helping individuals who believe that they have been treated unlawfully at work, Julie provides a realistic legal assessment of the situation and explains the strengths and weakness of any potential claims, as well as potential damages. During representation, Julie strives to implement resolution strategies to get results quickly.  
With business clients, Julie takes a proactive approach to minimize the risk of employment-related claims. Of course, when claims do arise, her advice always focuses on the particular needs of the business and any impact that could result from the allegations.  

More About Julie Weiner:


Understanding Both Sides of Work-Related Issues

Representing both individuals and businesses, Julie is able to analyze employment situations from multiple perspectives. This quality is unique and provides many benefits to her clients. For individuals, it facilitates a realistic assessment as to whether or not viable employment claims exist and what they are worth. From a business perspective, having a lawyer who understands the employee side of claims provides the ability to offer preventive advice and properly assess the risks of a potential or actual disputes. 

Exclusively Handling Employment-Related Matters

Focusing her practice almost exclusively on employment-related cases provides Julie the ability to handle a wide variety of issues that can arise in the workplace.  Her experience includes litigating and negotiating contract and commissions disputes, contested eligibility for unemployment benefits, wage and hour issues, violations regarding FMLA leave, allegations of discrimination and harassment, as well as multiple types of retaliation.  She has extensively litigated claims in both state and federal courts in Georgia and argued before the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals and Georgia Court of Appeals. With that said, most of her cases are resolved through informal negotiations and mediation.

Staying Active In The Legal Community

Julie believes that forming relationships with other members of the legal community also benefits clients. She has been an active member of the Georgia Affiliate of the National Employment Lawyers Association (“NELA-GA”) since 2002 and served on the Board of Directors from January 2008 to January 2017, including service as 2012 President.  She also chaired the NELA-GA annual continuing legal education program for many years, participated in the organization’s mentoring program, led multiple committees, and spoke at meetings and seminars on subjects related to employment law and litigation.  Additionally, she was selected as a mentor for the 2017-2018 Mentorship Academy, which is co-sponsored by NELA-GA and the Labor & Employment Section of the State Bar of Georgia.


Juris Doctor, cum laude, Georgia State University College of Law

Bachelors Of Business Administrationcum laude, University of Georgia Honors Program

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