Julie Stromberg








Julie C. Stromberg is Of Counsel with Obagi Law Group, P.C. Prior to joining Obagi Law Group, Ms. Stromberg served as an associate for a large, national law firm where she focused her practice on complex civil litigation, products liability, toxic torts, pharmaceutical litigation, and environmental litigation and remediation. Ms. Stromberg has extensive experience litigating matters in state and federal courts, including federal multi-district actions. In addition, Ms. Stromberg has experience advising clients in the remediation of contaminated properties, including soil, groundwater, and soil vapor issues.

An active community member, she was elected to the Board of the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council (GWNC) as her community’s representative in 2014. On the GWNC, she serves as a member of the Land Use and Transportation Committees, and is the founder and Chair of the Environmental & Sustainability Committee. Ms. Stromberg serves on the board of directors for a number of non-profit organizations, including Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles and The Ebell of Los Angeles, where she also serves as Chair of the Children’s Department. Ms. Stromberg is Recording Secretary of the Miracle Mile Democratic Club, an alumna of Emerge California’s inaugural Southern California class, and has served as Chair of the Reduction Youth Development (GRYD) Procurement Decisions Appeals Board for Office of City of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti. Ms. Stromberg is also Chair of Friends of Harold A. Henry Park, where she has overseen the renovation of a historic neighborhood park to achieve compliance with the Americans with Disability Act. At the University of California, Berkeley, Ms. Stromberg earned a B.A. in English and Philosophy and then attended Loyola Law School where she was awarded her J.D. and served as Chief Research Editor of the Loyola Law School International and Comparative Law Review. Ms. Stromberg has published numerous articles in the American Bar Association publications on environmental issues, was recognized as a “Woman of Larchmont” 2015, and is a speaker on water conservation issues. She is also an avid supporter of environmental, human, and animal rights. Although she takes great pride in her civic service, she is most proud of her role as mother of a toddler and three rescue dogs.