Julia Audibert '22 is from is from Wolcott, Connecticut. She is entering her senior year at the University of Connecticut in Storrs, where she is pursuing dual bachelor's degrees in political science and law and gender. She will attend law school for the next two semesters under the Accelerated Program in Law while completing her undergraduate degrees.
1. What made you want to attend law school?
From a young age law school has been my plan. Growing up, my family dealt with many lawyers for various personal reasons, and watching them help my family grow in the safest and best way possible was the most inspiring experience. I hope to give back to my community in this same way.
2. Why did you chose UConn School of Law?
I chose UConn Law because, as a UConn undergrad alumna, I feel I can trust their process, staff, and atmosphere, as I had such an amazing and successful experience at the Storrs campus. In addition, it allows for a promising career within the state of Connecticut, where much of my family is based.
3. What are you most looking forward to in these next few years?
I am most looking forward to simply learning. The workings of the law has always intrigued me and I've known for a long time now that law school would be the perfect path for me, and so finally diving into the beginnings of my legal career is very exciting to me.
4. What do you do in your spare time?
In my spare time, I enjoy hiking, being with my friends and family as much as possible, and teaching fitness classes at my local gym.
5. How do you want to use your law degree?
My goal is to become an advocate for those in need. Ideally I hope to work in family law, especially as a guardianship lawyer, to help children dealing with traumatic family experience.
6. What is your favorite lawyer movie?
My favorite lawyer-type media is actually the Netflix original series, "The People v. O.J. Simpson."