JULIE BUONOCORE
Associate



Pennsylvania Office
E: jbuonocore@rebarbernstiel.com
T: 267-705-4083
C: 215-488-7439
F: 484-344-5341
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Blue Bell Executive Campus
470 Norristown Road, Suite 201
Blue Bell, Pennsylvania 19422
New Jersey Office
T: 609-375-2070
F: 888-761-8299
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100 Overlook Center, 2nd Floor
Princeton, New Jersey 08540

Kathy Ciesielka - Administrative Assistant
E: kciesielka@rebarbernstiel.com
T: 484-344-5325
Stephanie Schwenk - Paralegal
E: sschwenk@rebarbernstiel.com
T: 267-705-4091

Julie is an Associate at Rebar Bernstiel's Blue Bell office. She concentrates her practice in defending insurance carriers and their insureds in a variety of litigation matters.

Professional Experience

Prior to joining Rebar Bernstiel in 2018, Julie practiced at two well-established insurance defense firms. Julie is experienced in aggressively defending clients in a wide array of civil matters, including arbitration, meditation, depositions, motion practice, and settlement of claims. Julie was a former law clerk for the U.S. Attorney, District of Delaware, and clerked for the Honorable Franklin Van Antwerpen of the Third Circuit. In addition to insurance defense, she previously worked at an immigration law firm in the suburbs of Philadelphia.

Education

Julie graduated Temple University Beasley School of Law magna cum laude and as a member of the Order of the Coif. While in law school, she was the Lead Research Editor of the Temple Law International and Comparative Law Journal. Julie studied at American University, where she earned a B.A. in International Relations and Spanish. She also studied at the Universidad Diego Portales in Santiago de Chile.

Primary Practice Areas
Arson-&-Fraud

Arson &
Fraud

Auto-Liability

Automobile
Liability

Class Action

Class
Action

Professional-Liability

Professional
Liability

Medical-Malpractice

Medical
Malpractice

Reinsurance-and-Excess-Coverage

Excess
Coverage

Bar Memberships & Court Admissions
  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey
Publications

Julie A. Buonocore, "Inconvenient" Truth: Second Circuit Breaches U.S. International Arbitration Treaty Obligations with Form Non Coveniens, 29 Temp. Int'l & Comp. L.J. 25 (2015).

Civic Involvement and Interests

Julie currently resides in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with her husband. She enjoys spending time reading, traveling, and cooking.