Julie Moya is a former Assistant State Attorney for Miami-Dade County. As an Assistant State Attorney, she was responsible for hundreds of cases, and co-lead prosecution in two courtrooms. Ms. Moya also ran a solo criminal defense practice in Chattanooga, Tennessee, before joining the office of Eric Buchanan and Associates. Ms. Moya returned to Criminal Defense practice in 2017.
In law school, Ms. Moya was one of the few students to complete three student legal practice programs at the University of Tennessee College of Law. She worked in the Pro-Bono Clinic, Domestic Violence Clinic, and as a Kolwyck Public Interest Fellow in the capacity of an Assistant District Attorney. Ms. Moya also competed in the Advocates Prize and Jenkins Prize Competitions, which include trial work, appellate briefs, and appellate argument. Ms. Moya also has an extensive list of internships from institutional development to the Office of a United States Senate Majority Leader.
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Kolwyck Public Interest Fellow||University of Tennessee at Knoxville College of Law||2007|
|Attorney||Julie E. Moya, Attorney-at-Law||2016 - Present|
|Account Manager||Premier Sleep Center||2015 - 2016|
|Claims Processor||Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee||2014 - 2015|
|Associate Attorney||Eric Buchanan & Associates||2010 - 2013|
|Attorney||Private Practice||2009 - 2009|
|District Attorney||District Attorney for Miami-Dade County||2008 - 2008|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Chattanooga Trial Lawyers Association||Vice President||2012 - 2013|
|Chattanooga Trial Lawyers Association||Treasurer||2011 - 2012|
|Eric Buchanan and Associates ERISA and Disability Benefits Newsletter||The Social Security Administration Issues a New Rule that Precludes Filing a New Application While an Old Application is Pending||2012|
|Eric Buchanan and Associates ERISA and Disability Benefits Newsletter||Obtaining Information from the ERISA Plan or Insurance Company||2011|
|Eric Buchanan and Associates ERISA and Disability Benefits Newsletter||Understanding Obstacles for Social Security Recipients: The Trial Work Period, the Reentitlement Period, and the Expedited Reinstatement Period||2011|
|University of Tennessee College of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2008|
|Lee University||BA - Bachelor of Arts||2004|
|Chattanooga Trial Lawyers Association||Social Security for Criminal Lawyers||2016|
|Chattanooga's RICO Case -- State v. Allen, et al., Nos. 305636 - 305690.||TBD|
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