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Julie Anzaldo helps parties resolve disputes with empathy and respect. By providing a neutral voice to facilitate communications, Ms. Anzaldo helps clients create amicable, sustainable settlement agreements.
After graduating from Santa Clara University School of Law, Ms. Anzaldo opened a solo law and mediation practice in 2002. Since that time, she has mediated a wide range of transaction dispute and has served family, business, and construction law clients. An active online mediator with the SquareTrade Network , Ms. Anzaldo has had the opportunity to mediate a high volume of disputes and has developed the insight gained from working with a broad spectrum of mediation clients. Ms. Anzaldo's specialized mediation training includes courses at the Santa Clara University School of Law and at the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution - Pepperdine.
Ms. Anzaldo demonstrates her commitment to community service by serving as a volunteer attorney providing direct represention to Pro Bono Project of Silicon Valley clients. Ms Anzaldo also serves as the chair of the legislative advocacy committee for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's Northern California Chapter, where she is also a patient education committee member.
A seasoned construction and business professional, Ms. Anzaldo possesses expertise in the areas of Construction Management, Construction Materials Testing and Inspection, Public Relations, Marketing, and Information Management Systems development. From 1984-1989 she supervised a full-service construction materials laboratory, and worked closely with clients in the mining, petroleum, chemical, and construction industries to provide creative solutions to facilitate the research and development of advanced construction materials and techniques. From 1989-1991, she supervised and acted as a marketing representative for engineers and engineering technicians in five branches throughout the greater bay area.
Since 1991,she has led Geotechnical, Laboratory, Compaction, Quality Assurance, Satellite Laboratory, and Special Projects groups for the City of San Jose's Materials Testing Laboratory. During this time, Ms. Anzaldo performed pavement design, log of boring analysis, software and web development, and technical research. She created several information management databases, the MTL web page, current rubberized, reclaimed pavement, and rut-resistant asphalt concrete pavement specifications, and numerous standard special provisions currently used in San Jose to mitigate expansive subgrade.