GIULIA SCELZO RUBIN focuses her practice on Commercial Litigation and Disputes, as well as White Collar criminal matters relating to government and internal anti-bribery and corruption investigations.
Giulia earned her law degree from Stanford Law School, where she served as editor-in-chief for the Stanford Journal of International Law and successfully represented indigent clients in wage and hour, social security and criminal record expungement matters with the Stanford Community Law Clinic. She was also a student attorney with the Three Strikes Project, where she obtained the release of a client sentenced to 25 years to life in prison under California’s Three Strikes law. While attending law school, Giulia participated in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, winning the Regional championship and placing as a top individual oralist at the White & Case International rounds.
Prior to attending Stanford Law School, Giulia served as a human rights advocacy intern at the Centro de Equidad y Justicia Las Tres Manuelas in Quito, Ecuador, where she assisted clients with mediation proceedings in addition to performing research and running workshops on international regulations governing child abuse and violence against women.
Giulia is a native Italian and French speaker, fluent Spanish speaker and proficient Portuguese speaker.