Julia E. Class
Julia Class is an associate in the Firm's Hartford office, where she practices in the areas of commercial lending and banking, real estate finance and leasing, and real estate development and residential real estate sales and acquisitions.
While attending law school, Ms. Class served as a Development Articles Editor for the Review of Banking and Financial Law, in which she published a development article on payday lending and a note focusing on the Wells Fargo scandal and the bank’s use of arbitration agreements against aggrieved customers. During the summer before her second year of law school, Ms. Class served as a judicial intern to the Honorable Mark G. Mastroianni at the District Court for the District of Massachusetts in Springfield, MA.
J.D., Boston University School of Law, Boston, MA, 2018
A.B., cum laude, Politics and English, Mount Holyoke College, 2013
Association of Commercial Finance Lawyers
Connecticut Bar Association
Hartford County Bar Association
- Hartford Young Professionals & Entrepreneurs
Civic Engagement Committee Member
State of Connecticut
- Commonwealth of Massachusetts
- Julia Merton, Payday Lending and Its Regulation, 36 REV. BANKING & FIN. L. 52 (2016)
- Julia E. Class, Together We’ll Go Far . . . Away from Court: The Wells Fargo Scandal and the Limits of its Mandatory Arbitration Agreements, 37 Rev. Banking & Fin. L. 927 (2018)