Julie Tran, J.D.

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About

Julie Tran is a legal professional who has a passion for advocating for clients. She has 25 years of experience in the legal field working at workers’ compensation and civil litigation firms, and she demonstrates expertise in workers’ compensation law by handling all phases of workers’ compensation discovery and litigation during the last 20 years. She started her career in the legal field as a receptionist and moved up into the positions of legal secretary, litigation assistant, legal staff manager, paralegal and hearing representative in the workers’ compensation arena.

Prior to joining the EDG team in 2023, Julie Tran worked as a defense and applicant hearing representative. She prevailed in Take Nothing Findings for liens and prevailed in Reconsideration petitions for case-in-chief issues. However, she was most effective in pre-litigation negotiations and settlements. Having worked on the applicant side she brings with her knowledge and perspective from both sides of the law. She continues to zealously advocate for clients as part of the EDG team, and she strives to utilize her lawyering skills to promote saving costs for clients while achieving client goals efficiently.

Julie Tran grew up in Orange County where she obtained an Associate in Science in Paralegal Studies from Fullerton College and a Bachelor of Arts in English from California State University, Fullerton. Thereafter, she received her Juris Doctorate from Whittier Law School.

She volunteers her time in church, PTA, Cub Scouts, and Knots of Love. Her favorite things to do with family are traveling, cooking/baking, attending sports games, and binge-watching shows together.

Education:
Candidate for Certificate in Real Estate Studies
Juris Doctorate, Whittier Law School
Dean’s List
CALI Excellence for the Future Award® (highest grade), Health Law
Bar Admissions (In Progress)
Bachelor of Arts, English, California State University, Fullerton
Associate in Science, Paralegal Studies ABA, Fullerton College

Practice Areas

  • Workers’ Compensation
  • Employer Defense