Julie Landrigan Ball is a native Floridian born on July 1, 1977 in Cocoa Beach, Florida. After graduating from University High School in Orlando, Florida, Mrs. Ball attended the University of Florida obtaining a bachelor's degree with honors in Political Science in 1999, and a master's degree in Political Science and Public Policy in 2001. While pursuing her master's degree, Mrs. Ball worked for the Florida Legislature in the Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability, as well as the Alachua County Budget Office.
In 2004, Mrs. Ball graduated from the Florida State College of Law with honors, with a concentration in Land Use and Environmental Law. While attending law school, Mrs. Ball worked at the Florida Attorney's General Office, in the Eminent Domain Division, and clerked with Earth Justice. After graduating from law school, Mrs. Ball joined the firm as an associate attorney.
Mrs. Ball handles a variety of civil litigation matters including landlord/tenant disputes and evictions, commercial and residential foreclosures, construction litigation, disputed real estate transactions, collection, creditor rights in bankruptcy, contracts, and other business disputes. Mrs. Ball also has extensive experience in contested probate and guardianship matters.
Mrs. Ball is licensed to practice in Florida, and in the U.S. Middle District Court of Florida. Mrs. Ball is a title agent with Attorney's Title Insurance Fund and Old Republic Title. Mrs. Ball has served as a governor on the board of the Lakeland Bar Association since 2010, is a past member of the Williston Inn of Court, and currently serves on the 10th Circuit's Pro Bono and Bench/Bar Committees.