One of Baltimore's premier divorce attorneys, Julie Ellen Landau maintains a visible position in Maryland's family law arena, where she has practiced for more than 30 years. Providing caring, personal representation with a knack for resolving complex financial issues and asset distributions, Ms. Landau's practice focuses on matrimonial and family law, representing individuals in the negotiation, litigation and appeals of all types of domestic matters, including prenuptial agreements, divorce, custody, mediation, litigation and division of property. She astutely integrates her knowledge of business and tax law into her practice. A court-approved and experienced mediator, Julie supports the resolution of legal issues by alternative dispute resolution, which does not detract from her position as a stronger litigator. Her credentials include teaching continuing legal education on litigation and strategy.
Many of Julie's clients come to her in a difficult time and she effectively and efficiently helps them on many different levels. She has authored a substantial number of published articles and lectures on family law and related topics. Acquired the highest rating available from Martindale-Hubbell, speaks to the quality of representation Julie continues to provide her clients. Her clients' recommendations and repeat representation exemplify the personal and professional connection that Julie builds with each representation.
Julie's active involvement in several local philanthropic organizations evidences her commitment to helping the community as well as her clients. As a member of the Board of Directors of Maryland Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Julie is committed to furthering the mission of the foundation to control and to cure cystic fibrosis by sponsoring events and serving on the Executive Committee. She also currently is the chairwoman of the Parents Committee of the Stevenson University Stevenson Fund. In this role, Julie facilitates dialogue between parents and other community members to augment academic resources, facilities, computer resources, programs inside and outside the classroom, etc. through annual support of Stevenson University. A passionate and committed volunteer, Julie gets this important message out in the same manner that she advocates on behalf of her clients' best interests. As a member of the Board of Advisors of the Cool Kids Campaign, Julie is responsive to the organization's needs, and committed to connecting community members to the goals of Cool Kids Campaign.
A graduate of Goucher College and the University of Maryland School of Law, Julie's significant professional affiliations, presentations and articles are set forth below.
In her free time, Julie enjoys travel, yoga, exercise, and spending time with her two daughters.
Life Member, National Registry of Who's Who. Domestic Law Lecturer: Maryland New Directions for Women; Maryland Institute for Professional Education of Lawyers (MICPEL); MVLS, National Business Institute; Lorman; Jewish Family Services. Member, Board of Directors: Maryland Women's Campaign Fund, 1984-1986; Women's Law Center, 1990-1991. Partner, Tydings Rosenberg, 1988-1992; Maryland Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, 2006—; Member, Board of Directors, Signal 13 Foundation and Board of Directors, Cool Kids Campaign; Civil Justice Center, 2006—. Appointed Inquiry Panel Member, Attorney Grievance Commission. Approved Mediator, Circuit Court: Baltimore County; Baltimore City; Howard County.