Julia Church Kozicki

Peter Hutson
Julie Roe Lach


  • Loyola University Chicago School of Law, J.D.
  • IU Bloomington, B.A. (Economics Honors)

Bar Admissions

  • Indiana
  • U.S. District Court Northern District of Indiana
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of Indiana
  • U.S.C.A. Seventh Circuit
  • U.S. Supreme Court

Professional Memberships

  • Indiana State Bar Association, past section chair, Corporate Counsel section (2014-17)
  • Hamilton County Bar Association

Julia focuses her practice in supporting businesses and schools. She is a Noblesville native, a Jeopardy! champion, and a graduate of Noblesville High School, Indiana University and Loyola University Chicago School of Law. She has served as general counsel for Sigma Kappa Sorority at the national headquarters in Carmel since 2002, prior to which she clerked for U.S. District Judge Allen Sharp.

Julia was elected to the Noblesville Schools Board of School Trustees in May 2006 and re-elected in May 2010 and November 2014, with her 12 1/2 years the second longest tenure in board history. She was named one of 25 Noble Millers for the Noblesville Schools 150th Anniversary, served as the Region 5 director for the Indiana School Board Association and continues to serve on the board of the Noblesville Schools Education Foundation.

She has been involved in a number of school and community activities, including serving as a three time chair of the Corporate Counsel section of the Indiana State Bar Association, the incoming 1st vice district governor for the Lions Club district 25D, past president of the Noblesville Beta Epsilon chapter of Tri Kappa, past president of the Noblesville Lions Club, on the board of trustees of the Conner Prairie Museum, and on multiple committees for the Noblesville First United Methodist Church. Julia is an alumna of the Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series class of 2009. She is a 2003 alumna of the Hamilton County Leadership Academy, was awarded alumnae of the year in 2009, and served as the HCLA board president in 2007 and as the dean of the 2010-11 class. She and her husband, Jeff, have two sons, J.D. and Josh.