Julia Lindstrom is one of Palace Law’s workers’ compensation litigation attorneys and for good reason. Julia brings years of experience in the courtroom. Julia spent her career in the courtroom as a prosecutor, a criminal defense attorney, and for nearly 20 years as a pro-tempore judge in Pierce County. Those that came before Julia know her as smart, fair, empathetic, and quick to make the right decision. Now that she is no longer serving as a judge pro-tempore, Palace Law is lucky to have her advocating for the rights of our clients as a part of the Palace Law team. Everyone in the courtroom knows her and her outstanding reputation.
Julia will tell you that it is a privilege to have a law degree and she doesn’t take the role lightly. She has had many experiences of people coming to her in seemingly impossible situations, where she’s been able to use her knowledge to get the legal system to work as it should. Julia found her passion for law in college at Ohio State University after her and roommate had a legal issue arise with a landlord. From there she moved out to the Pacific Northwest to attend The University of Puget Sound School of Law.
Julia has spent the past 25+ years involved in community projects, many to help at risk kids. She has been both a volunteer and a board member of the Hilltop Artists in Residence. She has also judged numerous juvenile civics program, including We the People and Mock Trial programs. She’s passionate about animals and spent many years fostering and caring for kittens and puppies through the Humane Society. She is genuine, smart, and has a clear compass for justice. Most prefer to side with Julia, but for those that oppose her, she earns their respect and often their friendship.