Julia M. Sweitzer represents direct lenders, institutional lenders, and corporate borrowers in US domestic and international commercial finance transactions. She focuses on secured credit facilities, leveraged acquisition financing, and other commercial finance transactions.
In law school, Julia represented non-profit organizations through Georgetown’s Social Enterprise and Non-Profit Law Clinic, served as Executive Editor of the Georgetown Environmental Law Review, and was an elected delegate of the Student Bar Association. She also interned for the Securities and Exchange Commission in the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act unit and the New York City Law Department in the Commercial and Real Estate Litigation division.
Before attending law school, Julia was a City Hall Fellow with the City and County of San Francisco and an AVODAH Corp Member at the Southern Poverty Law Center in New Orleans.
Georgetown University Law Center, 2021, J.D.
University of California, Davis, 2014, B.S., Human Development, summa cum laude
University of California, Davis, 2014, B.A., Psychology, cum laude