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 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 where she worked with collaborations of multi-sector health care entities and stakeholders to advance consensus-based policy solutions through regulatory and statutory reform and industry strategies.  Her responsibilities also included research and analysis of legislation, statutes, regulations, guidance documents and policies on topics such as federal and state oversight of drugs and devices, drug pricing, Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement, and hospital payment.   Julia also 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