Julia A. Collier is a proud resident of and a judicial candidate for the Hamilton County 7th District for Municipal Court. Collier and her family are established, active members of the community. Collier would be proud to represent her community, the 7th District, as Municipal Court judge.
Collier has almost 30 years experience as an attorney and litigator. She is licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio and in the U.S. District Court of Southern Ohio. Collier obtained her Bachelor of Science from the University of Dayton and obtained her Juris Doctor from the University of Cincinnati College of Law.
Collier’s career includes having served as an Assistant Attorney General of Ohio, and working for the American Federation of Government Employees, her private practice, and The Cincinnati Insurance Companies. Collier has handled every facet of litigation, from the moment a client walked into her office, through trial, and appeal.
Collier’s representation of clients on both sides of the table will give to her a more balanced perspective from the bench. Collier will apply the law fairly and equally. She will treat all parties with respect and dignity.
Collier and her family are part of the fabric of the 7th District community. Collier has voted to support school levies within the District. She has coached her children’s basketball teams at Dulles Elementary School, and attended years of elementary, middle school, and high school soccer, cross country, basketball, swim, and track events at Cleves, Harrison, Oak Hills, Ross, and Taylor. Through the years, she’s gotten to volunteer with and know many other members of the 7th District community.
Collier’s strong work ethic, balanced perspective, and well-established community ties make her the best choice for 7th District Municipal Court judge.