Julie J. Busch concentrates her practice in general negligence, as well as transportation and retail litigation. During law school, she clerked in the Civil Actions Bureau for Cook County State's Attorney and for a boutique law firm in the loop, primarily practicing commercial litigation. Ms. Busch was also a member of the John Marshall Business Transactions Externship Clinic, where she worked with Chicago business owners and not for profit groups on transactional matters. After law school, she worked at Pace Suburban Bus as a clerk in the legal department. Ms. Busch is also a member of the American Bar Association and the Chicago Bar Association.
Presentations & Publications
Co-Author of presentation entitled, “Responding to the Critical Vehicle Accident,” discussing pertinent factors and issues regarding catastrophic accidents presented at ACI's 4th National Forum on Defending and Managing Trucking Litigation. Chicago, Illinois on March 31-April 1, 2014.
Co-Author of presentation entitled, “ECMs and Accident Reconstruction: The Digital Witness,” discussing hindsight bias of the use of simulation at trials presented at ALFA International 2014 Transportation Seminar. Coral Gables, Florida on April 23-25, 2014.
Co-Author, “2014 ALFA Transportation Compendium Article,” covering Illinois and discussing changes in the 2012 Bracher Survey topics regarding transportation litigation in Illinois. Presented at ALFA International 2014 Transportation Seminar. Coral Gables, Florida on April 23-25, 2014.
Co-Author, New MCLE Rules Changes Effective 2011, for the ISBA in conjunction with the Deputy State's Attorney
Volunteer for Tutoring Chicago