Julie A. Langslet was born and raised in Long Beach, California. She earned her Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Southern California School of Pharmacy. She practiced clinical pharmacy at St. Mary Medical Center in Long Beach where she was co-leader of the oncology/medical surgical unit satellite pharmacy. Working with oncology and experimental drugs sparked her interest in the legal issues surrounding the prescribing and administration of drugs. Ms. Langslet graduated from the University of Southern California Law Center. At the same time she obtained a Master of Public Administration with an emphasis in health services administration.
Ms. Langslet is an active member of the California and Texas Bars. Ms. Langslet has practiced health law, business litigation, and civil rights law. She also has worked as an assistant federal public defender in the capital habeas unit and as an attorney with the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights.
Ms. Langslet’s unique professional combination as a practicing pharmacist and lawyer make her particularly well-suited to cases involving medical injury and assessing the role of drugs in civil and criminal litigation matters. Other professional services include review and analysis of medical records, assistance in all phases of discovery and litigation, expert witness or consultative services related to drug injury causation, pharmacy standards of practice, pharmacy malpractice, medication-related medical malpractice, and drug/product liability.