Julia is a legal analyst at Pollock Cohen. She graduated from Yale in December 2023 with a B.A.in Ethics, Politics, and Economics and an advanced language certificate in Hebrew. Her senior thesis was about the changing societal discourse on national security and human rights in Israel at the end of the 20th century. In her research, she focused on two court cases in Israel in 1987 and 1999 dealing with the use of torture by General Security Service members toward potential terror suspects during interrogations. Julia was involved in several extracurriculars throughout her time at Yale, including the Urban Philanthropic Fund, CHAARG (a women’s fitness organization), tutoring at New Haven middle schools, and writing for the Yale Daily News and the Yale Globalist. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking and developing original plant-based recipes.