Iulia_Taranu

Associate

Iulia Taranu

Location

2525 E. Camelback Road
Suite 450
Phoenix, AZ 85016
P (602) 441-1300
F (602) 441-1350

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Bio

Iulia Taranu is an associate in WSHB’s Phoenix office, focusing her practice on employment and labor law, commercial and business litigation, and complex commercial litigation. In addition to her litigation skills, Iulia is also experienced in handling transaction matters involving real estate, land use and entitlement matters, as well as corporate governance. As a Romanian immigrant who moved to the United States at a young age, Iulia’s experiences with different cultures has provided her with a unique intuition and knowledge, which she uses to better serve our clients.

While in law school, Iulia earned a number of achievements. This includes the coveted CALI Excellence Award and recognition for the Highest Pro Bono Distinction for her service to the community. Iulia was an extern for the Arizona Justice Project and completed two semesters with the Arizona State Law School’s Post-Conviction Clinic, where she assisted with two cases of wrongful conviction and manifest injustice in Arizona.

Iulia served as the Managing Editor of the ASU Sports and Entertainment Law Journal, where her research article, “MMA Fighting is a Right Worthy of Protection Under the First Amendment,” was published in the Fall 2016 issue.

Iulia is fluent in Romanian and beginner/intermediate in Chinese.

Education

Arizona State University College of Law (J.D., 2017)

Arizona State University (B.S., summa cum laude, )

Licensed to Practice in:

Arizona

Publications

Author, “MMA Fighting is a Right Worthy of Protection Under the First Amendment,” in ASU Sports and Entertainment Law Journal, Fall 2016 Edition

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