Donavan C. Juleus is an associate attorney in Bouhan Falligant LLP’s litigation group. Juleus’ practice focuses primarily on maritime & admiralty, medical malpractice, transportation & trucking, and education law.
Juleus earned his law degree from the University of Georgia School of Law in May of 2022, where he was a member of the Georgia Law Review, Georgia Moot Court team, Georgia Mock Trial team, a first year closing argument finalist, a Talmadge Law Scholar, and a quarterfinalist in the National Trial Competition. He earned his undergraduate degree also from the University of Georgia in 2019, with a Bachelor of Arts in Advertising. While at the University of Georgia, Juleus was a co-founder and director of Young Black Kings Youth Mentorship Program, a member of the on-campus Defenders Advocate Society and a member of the undergraduate UGA Mock Trial Team where he received several awards for trial advocacy.
Prior to finishing his law degree, Juleus completed internships at the United States District Court in the Southern District of Georgia, Skyes Law Firm in Spring Valley, NY, and also with Bouhan Falligant.