Julie Paris received her BA in Spanish and Communication Studies from UNC before going on to earn her JD from UNC School of Law. She worked for five years as a civil rights litigator for North Carolina Prisoner Legal Services (NCPLS) in Raleigh, North Carolina. From 2015-2016, she lived in Panamá, working as a voluntary consultant for the United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime, monitoring a major class action settlement for NCPLS, and refining her Spanish language skills. While in Panamá, Julie found herself longing for a career that would allow her to showcase her artistic creativity and further nurture her love for the well-told story. From there, Julie dove headfirst into the editing world, editing crime novels for Joffe Books in London for a time and simultaneously joining Literary Wanderlust as an editor.
Dreams genres: crime fiction, women’s fiction, literary fiction, mystery novels, biography, humor/satire
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