- J.D., William S. Boyd School of Law, 2021, cum laude (activities: Nevada Law Journal, Society of Advocates Mock Trial Team, Organization of Women Law Students, Graduate Student Law School Representative)
- B.A., Political Science, University of Nevada, 2018, cum laude (Deans List 2014-2018, Mock Trial Team)
Julia Armendariz is an attorney in the Commercial & Complex Litigation Practice Group and Appellate Practice Group.
Mrs. Armendariz assists in all stages of the litigation process, including drafting motions, briefs, legal memorandums, demand letters, subpoenas, and discovery responses. She assists with litigation in state and federal court, at the appellate and Supreme Court levels, as well as before state and federal administrative agencies.
During law school, Mrs. Armendariz served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Chief Justice Kristina Pickering of the Nevada Supreme Court and as a judicial intern to the Honorable Eric Johnson of the Eighth Judicial District Court in Las Vegas. Mrs. Armendariz earned her J.D. from the William S. Boyd School of Law in 2021 where she graduated cum laude, received a CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Secured Transactions and was a Dean’s Scholarship recipient.
- Member, Clark County Bar Association
- Member, Southern Nevada Association of Women Attorneys
- Youth with a Mission, Uganda
A variety of proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure took effect on December 2, 2021 as adopted by the Supreme Court on April 14, 2021. One amendment…
McDonald Carano is pleased to announce that Julia Armendariz has joined the Commercial & Complex Litigation Practice Group and Appellate Practice Group in our Las Vegas office. Mrs. Armendariz earned…
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