Julianne K. Jeha



Julianne K. Jeha is an associate at Schofield Law Group. Julianne focuses on representing buyers and sellers in residential and commercial real estate transactions, assisting condominiums in all aspects of community governance and management, and representing clients in all types of litigation. 

Prior to joining Schofield Law Group, Julianne served as both a Law Clerk for the Justices of the Rhode Island Superior Court and as a Judicial Intern for the Honorable Virginia M. Ward at the Norfolk County Probate and Family Court. Julianne was employed as a Law Clerk for a Boston liquor licensing firm where she assisted both national restaurant chains and family-owned restaurants in filing licensing applications to the Massachusetts Alcohol Beverage Control Commission. 

Julianne graduated cum laude from Suffolk University with a B.A. in Government and Legal Studies and graduated from Suffolk University Law School with a concentration in Business Law. During her final year at Suffolk Law, Julianne practiced as a 3:03 certified Student Attorney for Suffolk’s Family Advocacy Clinic and was nominated by her peers to serve as the Executive Editor of Suffolk Journal of Trial and Appellate Advocacy. Julianne published Turning Texters Into a Civil Liability: Texting and Driving Bans and New Ways of Expanding Liability on the Road in Volume XXIV, Issue 2 of the Journal’s publications.