Julie Adams Jacobs
Julie joined the Georgia Attorney General’s Office in 2003, where she is the Deputy of the Commercial Transactions and Litigation Division. Her responsibilities include management of the financial and property interests of state government in the areas of business and finance, tax, real property, construction, and transportation. She provides general representation to state agencies and authorities in the following areas: contract disputes, procurement, banking, lottery operations, bankruptcy, securities, hospital acquisitions, and general business matters. As part of her practice, she also assists the Attorney General with the regulation of charitable and nonprofit entities. Julie has also served as the hearing officer in numerous hospital acquisitions involving the Attorney General’s review under the Georgia Hospital Acquisition Act.
In addition, Julie has represented the State of Georgia in litigation matters in state and federal courts, including trial and appellate litigation. She also handles transactional matters on behalf of, and provides legal advice to, a variety of governmental entities throughout Georgia.
A 2003 graduate of Emory University School of Law, Julie received her B.A. in political science from Georgia State University. The Fulton County Daily Report recognized her with its 2016 “On The Rise” award as one of the top 25 attorneys in Georgia under the age of 40. Julie is a member of the 2019 class of Leadership Cobb and the 2020 Honorary Commanders. Julie also serves on the Board of Loving Arms Cancer Outreach.