Lathrop GPM Partner Julia Reiland Named 2023 Notable Women in Law


MINNEAPOLIS (October 11, 2023) – Lathrop GPM Partner Julia Reiland was named a 2023 “Notable Women in Law” by Twin Cities Business. One of 25 honorees, the award recognizes the ability to guide clients through complex transactions, commitment to the community and advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts through mentorship and pro bono work. This is the first time Reiland has received this honor.

The recognition includes only people who were nominated and accepted after editorial review. To qualify for this list, individuals must have at least five years of experience in their field and have shown the ability to effect change in their roles or areas of practice.

As a former mental health practitioner, Reiland provides a unique combination of legal and practical experience in the health care field. Drawing on this critical ground-level perspective, she advises health care organizations on complex business transactions and strategic partnerships, informed by her significant experience in joint ventures, affiliations, antitrust, governance, and contracting matters. Reiland also counsels providers on state and federal regulatory compliance, including licensure, reimbursement, enrollment, HIPAA and state privacy, and participation issues. With a career concentration on Health Law and Bioethics, she has extensive experience with federal and state anti-kickback laws, the Stark physician self-referral law, and HIPAA.

Reiland is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at American University Washington College of Law in Washington, D.C., serves as Chair of the Lathrop GPM Recruiting Committee and is a member of the firm's Culture, Diversity & Inclusion Committee. She obtained her Juris Doctorate, magna cum laude, from the University of Minnesota Law School.


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