Julie A. O’Halloran

Julie is a partner in the law firm of Gagne & O’Halloran, LLC, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she concentrates in the practice of family law. During the past twenty-two years, Julie has worked with individuals and families to resolve a variety of complex emotional, financial, and legal issues. While much of her professional work has involved the use of courts and other third party decision-makers, her current work focuses largely on the creation of solution-based systems to resolve issues outside of the courtroom.

Julie is AV rated by Martindale-Hubbel, is listed in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers, and is selected as one of the BEst Lawyers in America. She has also been selected for membership in Outstanding Layers of America, and has been selected as a Wisconsin Super Lawyer each year since 2005. Since 2009, she has been listed as one of the top 25 Female Super Lawyers in Wisconsin.

Julie is the past Chair of the Divorce Cooperation Institute, and past President of the Society of Family Lawyers. Currently, she is a member of the Milwaukee and American Bar Associations, State Bar of Wisconsin, the Society of Family Lawyers, and she is a founding member of the Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin, Inc. and the Divorce Cooperation Institute, Inc. She also serves on the Collaborative and Cooperative Law Work Group for the Association of Conflict Resolution, and serves as Chair for the District 2 Committee for the Office of Lawyer Regulation. She is also a member of the Board of Directors for the Dispute Resolution Section of the Wisconsin State Bar.

Julie has obtained extensive training in the field of dispute resolution, including obtaining her certificate in dispute resolution from the Marquette University and currently is completing her Master’s Degree in Dispute Resolution at Marquette. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1986, and her juris doctoris from Marquette University Law School in 1989, She was Student Articles Editor for the Marquette law Review, and a recipient of the Zilber Law and American Academy of Matrimonial Law scholarships.