Julia is an Executive Director and the Founder of MLA's Hire an Esquire. As an attorney, Julia saw that the way that people worked was changing—even in the slow to change legal industry. In 2013, she founded Hire an Esquire, a tech-enabled legal staffing concept whose proprietary online platform analyzes a candidate’s experience and expertise to best match them with contract and permanent positions at law firms and legal departments of all sizes. Hire an Esquire developed proprietary technology around analyzing and matching a candidate’s soft skills to jobs that proved to improve hiring outcomes while reducing bias.
Julia began her career as an attorney and has taught legal research and writing as an adjunct professor at Temple University. From her experience building Hire an Esquire, she has developed a special interest and expertise in how regulation and policy impact the new economy and how socioeconomic status, race and gender impact career trajectories. She has written for publications, such as Bloomberg Law and ALM, on topics from the legal industry to bias in hiring practices. She was named one of LinkedIn’s NextWave Top 10 Legal Innovators under 35 and to the FastCase 50.
Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law: JD
University of Southern California: B.A., Comparative Literature, Spanish
Speaker at the Yale Law School Entrepreneurship and Innovation Clinic Presenting: “You are not born an entrepreneur you become one: How tax policy, socio-economic structures, race, and gender impact entrepreneurial and career success in the United States.”
Law School Transparency, Board Member
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