Julie Daniel

Office: Resident Partner, New York, New York

Education:    
▪ Brandeis University, B.A., magna cum laude   
▪ University Rennes 2-Haute Bretagne, France (1991)
▪ New York University School of Law (1994-1995)
▪ University of Connecticut, J.D.   

Bar Admissions:  
▪ Connecticut  
▪ New York

Languages: French

Contact:   
☎  Office:  212-759-7477  
📠 Fax: 646-442-2288  
📧 Email: julie@krasnogor.com  

Awards and Recognition

▪ AV Rated, Martindale-Hubbell (since 2007)

▪ Martindale-Hubbell 2012 Bar Register of Preeminent Women Lawyers

▪ Top Immigration Lawyer (2010-2013), Top Lawyer Comprehensive Guide for Fairfield County, Connecticut

▪ Global Mobility & Immigration Award 2014

Memberships  
Current

▪ American Immigration Lawyers Association  

▪ The New York City Bar Association

▪ French-American Chamber of Commerce

▪ America-Israel Chamber of Commerce & Industry  

▪ Cardozo Law Society, UJA Federation of Greater Stamford, New Canaan, and Darien (Planning Committee) 

Memberships
Past

▪  Co-Chair, Lawyers Network, Brandeis University Alumni Club of New York   

▪  Member, Young Executive Committee, French-American     Chamber of Commerce, New York   

▪ Chair, Business Sub-Committee, Immigration & Nationality Committee, New York City Bar Association   

▪ Young Lawyers Division, UJA Federation New York

Selected Speaking Engagements  

Law School Panel - "Working with Israel: Building International Practices" March, 2017
Sponsor: NYU Law School, LFSI (Law Students For Israel) Committee


French-American Chamber of Commerce "Tech" Talk Dejeuner- December, 2015
Topic: Visas for Entrepreneurs


New York City Bar Law Program - March, 2008
Topic: "Job Search Strategies and Career Management Advice for Foreign Attorneys/LL.M. Graduates"
Sponsor: Committee on Career Advancement and Management, Bar Association of the City of New York

New York University Career Fest - November, 2006
Topic: "Realities of Working in the US"
Sponsor: Wasserman Center for Career Development, NYU
Co-Sponsor: Office of International Students & Scholars, NYU

Selected Speaking Engagements

City Bar Law Program - February, 2006
Topic: "Careers in Immigration Law"
Sponsor: Committee on Law Student Perspectives, Bar Association of the City of New York  

Conference: Strategies for Trade & Investment in Mexico - March, 2005
Panel topic: Legal Issues Involving Employment and Labor - Key Immigration Issues
Hosted by: ATLAS
Legal Sponsors include: US-Mexico Chamber of Commerce    

City Bar Law Program - March, 2005
Topic: "Career Opportunities in Labor and Employment Law: A Panel Discussion for Law Students"
Sponsor: Committee on Law Student Perspectives, Bar Association of the City of New York

CLE Panel Participations  

February, 2013
Topic: "Legal Perspectives on the State of Same-Sex Marriage in New York State"  

Expert panelists include Stephanie Lehman of Hartmann Doherty Rosa Berman & Bulbulia, Brett Ward of Blank Rome and Hon. Matthew Cooper, Justice, New York County Supreme Court
Sponsor: Brandeis House, Lawyers Network  

December, 2011
Topic: "How to Expand a Foreign-Based Business to the United States"
Sponsor: The French-American Bar Association
Hosted by: Watson, Farley and Williams  

May, 2004
Topic: "The H-1B Visa Professional Worker: Pitfalls & Alternatives"
Sponsor: Immigration & Nationality Law Committee, Bar Association of the City of New York   

April, 2003
Topic: "Employment Based Immigration: Strategies & Options for Obtaining Lawful Permanent Residence"
Sponsor: Immigration & Nationality Law Committee, Bar Association of the City of New York  

December, 2002
Topic: "Consular Processing After 9/11" Sponsor: Immigration & Nationality Law Committee, Bar Association of the City of New York 

Published Articles

Immigration Law Column, ESSEC Alumni USA Newsletter, September-November 2003; and September 2005.

"The Balance between Liberty and Security in Post 9/11 America," The Juriste International (Union Internationale Des Avocats, Paris), July 2003.

"Work Visas," International Business Law Bulletin (Center for International Legal Studies, Austria), Sept./Oct. 2002.

"Demystifying Temporary/ Permanent Visas," Women's Business New York (The Professional and Business Women's Journal,) May 2002, Vol. 1, Issue 7.

"Immigration Outrage," THE ADVOCATE, Editorial Page, December 31, 1997.