Julia McFall has litigated complex commercial, tort and business disputes throughout New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, and Oklahoma. She has experience representing individuals and businesses in a wide variety of matters, including personal injury and wrongful death, toxic torts, flood damages, premises liability, business and real estate disputes, employment retaliation claims, and specialized litigation under the Federal Employers’ Liability Act and whistleblower claims under the Federal Railroad Safety Act. With the complex disputes the Firm faces, Julia handles all phases of litigation and has been involved with numerous multi-million dollar controversies. She has successfully resolved numerous matters through summary disposition and alternative dispute resolution including mediation.
Julia started her legal career by serving as a law clerk for the Honorable Justice Barbara Vigil at the New Mexico Supreme Court and then for the Honorable Judge Michael Vigil at the New Mexico Court of Appeals (now Justice at the New Mexico Supreme Court).
Outside practicing law, Julia enjoys painting on canvas, and her artwork has appeared on the cover of the New Mexico Bar Bulletin numerous times.