Julie Smith

Chief of Operations


As the Chief of Operations at Barbieri Law Firm, Julie Smith works behind the scenes to ensure that clients receive the most effective representation from Barbieri Law Firm. With over 16 years of experience managing operations, including human resources, client engagement, and other critical aspects of operations, Julie is dedicated to finding innovative ways to support our team's mission.

To support this critical mission, Julie's exceptional skills in organization, problem-solving, and communication are instrumental in streamlining processes, and providing attorneys with the necessary information and resources to achieve the best results for our clients.  Julie serves as a liaison within our team helping to ensure clients’ needs are assessed promptly and essential services are delivered without delays.

Before joining Barbieri Law Firm, Julie held the position of Senior Vice President of Administration at an association that supports financial institutions across the country and provided operations and human resources support in both insurance and real estate-related industries. These roles equipped her with a wealth of operational knowledge that she now applies to implement efficient processes within our firm.

Julie has a Bachelor of Science degree in Family Studies from Texas Woman’s University, which grants her a unique understanding of human interactions and systems. This allows her to increase the effectiveness of the processes and tools we use to serve clients directly and share resources to further our defense of clients.

In addition to her professional endeavors, Julie is dedicated to making a positive impact in the community. She volunteers with and holds a position on the Board of Directors of an organization focused on providing essential support to women and children seeking refuge from domestic violence.

Julie has a love of football, hockey, interior design, and party planning and is devoted to her family and faith which forms the cornerstone of her values and priorities.