Julia E. Russo

Julia is dedicated to her practice and energetically tackles problems head-on. She can offer clients the help they need and find the best solutions to achieve their goals.


Julia E. Russo is an employment litigator and counselor. She represents companies in employment and labor disputes, using her background representing both workers and employers to foresee issues before they arise and strives for the best results for the business and the workplace.

Julia has experience representing clients in litigation on wage and hour matters, discrimination and retaliation claims, as well as grievances and labor arbitrations. In addition to her litigation practice, Julia is a trusted advisor and counselor, proactively helping her clients avoid future problems.

Bar Admissions

  • Massachusetts, 2021
  • United States District Court, District of Massachusetts, 2022


  • Tulane University, B.A. in Political Science, cum laude, 2016
  • Northeastern University School of Law, J.D., 2020


Prior to joining the Hirsch Roberts Weinstein team, Julia was a labor and employment attorney at a Boston law firm.  While attending Northeastern University School of Law, Julia served as a law clerk for two Boston firms, including HRW, and as a judicial intern for Judge Indira Talwani of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts.


  • Member, Boston Bar Association
  • Member, Massachusetts Bar Association
  • Member, Women’s Bar Association


  • Recognized in Best Lawyers in America: Ones to Watch, 2024
  • Named a Massachusetts Rising Star by Super Lawyers, 2023

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