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Premier Litigator and Women Business Owner Julie Landau Relocates to Greenspring

Highly acclaimed family law attorney and Baltimore woman in business Julie Ellen Landau, Founder and Principal of The Law Offices of Julie Ellen Landau, has relocated her offices to convenient and picturesque Greenspring Valley after over 30 years practicing in downtown Baltimore City.

The “Super Lawyer” known as one of Baltimore’s top female attorneys, and a Baltimore based woman business owner started her private practice in the heart of Baltimore’s commercial district and since has enjoyed tremendous success and growth there. Recently Ms. Landau decided the time had come to place her offices in an area more convenient for her clientele, and conducive to mediation and alternative dispute resolution.

Ms. Landau, a leader in family law litigation, and known for being a committed and caring attorney is also a certified mediator and collaborative law professional. A founding board member of the Maryland Association for Collaborative Law, she is one of the region’s strongest advocates of alternative dispute resolution.

When asked why she moved to Baltimore County, Ms. Landau replied “It is time. I want my clients to feel comfortable and at ease when they come to see me, the location presented itself and it was perfect. I have been very happy downtown but, realized the need to create an environment that would be more convenient for my clients, and actually calming while they make their way through difficult life changes.  The new location also reflects the evolution and growth of my practice so a decision to move made sense.” The new office is located in the heart of Stevenson Village, minutes from 695 and 83. Stevenson Village is an upscale commercial property that boasts bespoke shops, a lovely café and plenty of complimentary parking proving a perfect complement to Ms. Landau’s specialized boutique law firm’s offering of both litigation, mediation and collaborative law.

Collaborative law provides an alternative to traditional litigation and is gaining popularity as a viable option for those seeking a resolution mechanism for disputes encouraging open, transparent, mature and cooperative behavior between parties. Ms. Landau’s commitment to the collaborative process is further reinforced through her continued service as a member of the board of directors of the Baltimore Collaborative Professionals Association.

Ms. Landau also has received the Daily Record’s Leadership in Law Award has been  honored by the Equal Justice Council of Maryland,  and is  AV-Preeminent rated by Martindale-Hubble. , Ms. Landau is a recipient of The Daily Record’s Top 100 Women Award.

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