Julia L. Diaz

Julia L. Diaz

Associate, Washington, D.C.

Email julia.diaz@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +1 202 637 6536

Fax +1 202 637 5910

LanguagesFrench

Practice groupRegulatory

Julia Diaz focuses on delivering practical solutions to complex international trade and investment legal challenges. She advises clients on a broad range of matters in the areas of export controls, economic sanctions, anti-boycott, import, corporate social responsibility, and trade remedies laws and regulations.

Julia assists clients with a variety of trade controls compliance issues, including submitting license applications and disclosures, and conducting trainings and on-site audits. Prior to joining Hogan Lovells, Julia served as the junior attorney on the OFAC matters team in an independent monitorship of an international bank. She has represented both petitioners and respondents in anti-dumping and countervailing duty proceedings before the Department of Commerce and U.S. federal courts.

Julia brings a unique human rights perspective to her practice. Before law school, she worked overseas in several developing nations on community organization and primary healthcare initiatives. While in law school, she worked in the International Human Rights Law Clinic for a year, spent a summer in Tanzania clerking for the judges of the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, conducted independent research in Madagascar as a member of the Human Rights Study Project, and was the Senior Development Manager of the Virginia Journal of Social Policy and the Law. She has continued her human rights work in her legal career by successfully representing a detained adult in asylum proceedings and serving as a regular Legal Aid intake volunteer.

Education and admissions

Education

J.D., University of Virginia, 2014

B.A., The University of Texas at Austin, Phi Beta Kappa, liberal arts honors, 2009

Bar admissions and qualifications

District of Columbia

New York

Court admissions

U.S. Court of International Trade

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit

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