Julia’s interest in investigative work was piqued after she worked on a case with OIG partner Zaneta Seidel. She enjoyed watching Zaneta use her skills as an attorney to investigate workplace issues from a neutral point of view.
After years of focusing on only one side of the story in every case, Julia knew she wanted to be an objective factfinder.
Julia spent four years working for Cooley, LLP’s employment law practice group. She advised corporate clients through all stages of the employment relationship, including hiring, fair employment practices, and performance management. She frequently advised clients on employment agreements, as well as employee policy development and implementation.
Julia loves shopping for vintage clothing, listening to live music, and scuba diving.
“One of the most sincere forms of respect is actually listening to what another has to say.” – Bryant H. McGill
University of California, Berkeley, J.D.
University of Texas, Austin, B.A., Plan II Honors and Latin American Studies
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