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Julie Aleve Fine

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Julie Aleve Fine is a graduate of the University of Florida Levin College of Law (JD ’11) and a former Assistant State Attorney for the 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida. Ms. Fine is an experienced trial attorney with over 40 jury trials in the state of Florida, within her seven years of practice.

Ms. Fine specializes in trial litigation with a focus on jury selection. Within the past two years alone, Ms. Fine has tried and won seven civil jury trials at Fine, Farkash & Parlapiano, P.A. Some of her recent accomplishments include: securing several verdicts over State Farm, Liberty Mutual, and GEICO; obtaining Florida’s 37th Highest Verdict for 2017; and being selected as The National Trial Lawyers 2017 Top 40 Under 40 for Civil Plaintiff Lawyers. In November 2017, Ms. Fine successfully argued before the First District Court of Appeal for the State of Florida for the Appellant in Markovitz vs. State Farm, 235 So.3d 1018. She received a ruling in her client’s favor in March 2018.

Ms. Fine grew up as the feisty daughter of two former criminal defense attorneys in Gainesville, Florida. She graduated from Oak Hall School in 2004 and was accepted into Vanderbilt University, where she majored in Cello Performance. Ms. Fine excelled at Vanderbilt before leaving the Nashville “cold,” and transferring to the University of Florida. In 2008, Ms. Fine graduated cum laude with her Bachelor of Music. She was then accepted into the University of Florida Levin College of Law.

After graduating in 2011 and gaining admission to the Florida Bar, Ms. Fine was selected for a position at the 8th Judicial Circuit Office of the State Attorney as an Assistant State Attorney (ASA). During her four years as an ASA, Ms. Fine gained extensive experience as a litigator, investigator, and researcher working in four distinct divisions of practice. After beginning in the general misdemeanor division, Ms. Fine was quickly promoted to the domestic violence division where she first recognized her passion for legal justice and protecting others.

Much of Ms. Fine’s trial experience was gained in the State Attorney Office’s most litigated division, Criminal Traffic. She secured more than 18 trial convictions within 2 years. Ms. Fine was recognized for her work as the first ASA in the circuit to prepare, write, and argue a motion to exclude expert testimony based on Florida’s newly enacted federal Daubert standards on expert opinion testimony, demonstrating her fearlessness to explore new areas of law and pursue justice.

Ms. Fine’s work for victims as a prosecutor was recognized by the 8th circuit’s local law enforcement officers with the 2014 MADD Award for Outstanding Performance in the Prosecution of DUI Cases.

In her second year as an ASA, Ms. Fine assisted with a first-degree murder prosecution in the Firearms Division, which resulted in a guilty verdict.

In June 2014, she was promoted to the General Felony Division working primarily with narcotics and fraud as well as assisting with cases in the sex crimes division. As of 2016, Ms. Fine is also a member of the Nevada Bar.

Ms. Fine’s career path has given her the experience to be well-rounded and passionate attorney. Her personal and academic background, dedication to justice, and legal training and experience have equipped her to be an excellent litigator and passionate advocate. She now exclusively represents victims of personal injury.

See Julie Fine in Action

17-1623 Dianya Markovits v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company

Favorite Quote

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”

Martin Luther King, Jr.
"As much as I loved playing music, I quickly realized that it was not what I wanted to do as my profession. I love problem solving, putting myself in someone else’s position and trying to fix that problem. I grew up the daughter of two lawyers—and the niece, cousin, and granddaughter of judges—so discussing issues, taking a position and using logical reasoning was just…dinner talk. I love fixing problems and that is what being a lawyer is all about." Julie Aleve Fine

Fun Fact: She started to play violin at age 2, and can now play 3 instruments: violin, cello, and piano.

Classes & Seminars

  • Volunteer Instructor Trial Practice, University of Florida Levin College of Law, 2014 – Present


Jack J. Fine has been practicing law for more than 40 years. As an established Gainesville personal injury litigator and mentor, he teaches trial practice at UF College of Law and has been selected as President of the North Florida Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates. Jack has successfully tried a personal injury case to a seven-figure verdict and has argued numerous landmark appellate cases..


Cherie H. Fine has practiced law for more than 35 years and is active in numerous trial lawyers organizations. She has earned excess jury verdicts against insurance giants such as GEICO and State Farm Insurance Company on behalf of deserving clients. As an honors graduate of the UF College of Law, Cherie currently serves on the UF Board of Trustees.


Before joining Fine, Farkash & Parlapiano, Jonathan Ramsey worked as a criminal prosecutor, which garnered him valuable trial experience that he now puts to use as a personal injury litigator. Jonathan is committed to helping his clients demand maximum compensation after life-altering accidents. He prides himself on giving each client the personal attention they need during what can be a very difficult time in their lives.


Hon. Martha Ann Lott served with distinction as a County, Circuit, and Chief Judge of the Eighth Judicial Circuit for more than 25 years. Martha continues to handle personal injury cases on a selective basis at Fine, Farkash & Parlapiano.


In addition to our dedicated team of knowledgeable trial attorneys, our law firm prides itself on our compassionate and experienced paralegals, legal assistants, law clerks, and other committed administrative personnel..


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