Juliette Tran is a pragmatic litigator, who is committed to providing creative solutions and advocating effectively for her clients.
Before joining Larson, Juliette was a litigation associate at a mid-sized firm where she represented companies and labor unions in all stages of litigation. Her significant representations include successfully resolving a PAGA lawsuit for nuisance value, defending a contractor against a labor union seeking monetary damages for allegedly violating SB 54 and the collective bargaining agreement, and defending an accounting firm against former clients for fraud and accounting malpractice. Juliette started her legal career representing public entities and serving as Deputy City Prosecutor for a number of cities in the greater Los Angeles region where she prosecuted violations of the municipal code in criminal, civil, and administrative proceedings.
During law school, Juliette gained invaluable insight into the judicial system while serving as a judicial extern to the Hon. Dean D. Pregerson at the U.S.D.C. for the Central District of California as well as the Hon. Kirk H. Nakamura at the Orange County Superior Court. In addition, she was a Chief Comments Editor for UCLA’s Asian Pacific American Law Journal and served as co-chair for the Public Counsel CARES Clinic.
In her free time, Juliette enjoys snowboarding, exploring new restaurants, and traveling.
- University of California, Los Angeles School of Law, J.D.
- University of California, Irvine, B.A., magna cum laude
- U.S.D.C Central District of California