Julieta Carrillo’s practice areas include civil and commercial litigation. Prior to joining the firm, Julieta worked as an insurance defense attorney in Phoenix.
In her free time, Julieta enjoys spending time with her partner and three dogs, Mo, Marlo, and Marvin.
Julieta Carrillo obtained her law degree from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, where she served as the editor-in-chief of the Law Journal for Social Justice. In addition, Julieta participated in ASU law’s mock trial program and was an active member of various organizations, including the Chicano/Latino Law Students’ Association and the Marshall Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project, a nationally recognized education program that places upper-level law students in high schools to teach courses in constitutional law and oral advocacy. Julieta also received a Dean’s Award in recognition of her performance at ASU Law.
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