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federal commissioner , Lawyer

Julie Simone Brill, American federal commissioner, lawyer. Recipient Marvin award, National Association Attorney Generals, 1995, Privacy Subcommittee award, 2001, Brandeis award, Privacy International, 2001; grantee Root-Tilden Scholarship, New York University School Law. Member of American Bar Association (vice chair consumer protection committee, antitrust section 2004-2010).

Background

Brill, Julie Simone was born in 1959.

Education

Bachelor magna cum laude, Princeton University, New Jersey, 1981. Juris Doctor, New York University School Law, 1985.

Career

Law clerk to judge Franklin S. Billings Junior Vermont Federal District Court, 1985—1986. Associate Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, New York, 1987—1988. Assistant attorney general for consumer protection & antitrust Office Vermont Attorney General, Montpelier, 1988—2009.

Senior deputy attorney general, chief consumer protection & antitrust North Carolina Department Justice, 2009—2010. Commissioner Federal Trade Commission, Washington, since 2010. Lecturer in law Columbia University School Law, New York City.

Membership

Member of American Bar Association (vice chair consumer protection committee, antitrust section 2004-2010).

Connections

Married Mark Edward Miller, December 16, 1989.

spouse:
Mark Edward Miller