Julia Siegenberg is an associate with the firm. She works on matters relating to Medicaid, Medicare, CHIP, and the Affordable Care Act, as well as non-health care federal entitlement programs such as Foster Care and Adoption Assistance, TANF, and SNAP.

Julia has advised States on a range of issues relating to Medicaid and Medicare; represents several state agencies in challenges to Medicaid disallowances before the HHS Departmental Appeals Board; and is defending a state agency in a federal court challenge to the State’s child welfare system.

Julia graduated from Georgetown University Law Center, where she was a student attorney at the Health Justice Alliance Clinic.  During law school, Julia was a Law Fellow at a health care consulting firm and worked as a legal intern in the Fair Hearings division of a large city’s social services agency.

Before attending law school, Julia earned a Bachelor of Science in Public Health Care Policy from New York University.  She also worked as a litigation paralegal in the New York City office of a national employment and labor firm, interned at a state health and human services agency, and volunteered with Health Leads, a national health care organization, supporting low-income patients in accessing local resources and public benefits.

    • Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., 2019
      • Food and Drug Law Journal
    • New York University, B.S., 2014