Julia Rodionova assists attorneys at HAYES WAKAYAMA in a wide range of matters and courts, with specialization in discovery and trial preparation in complex civil litigation cases.
Ms. Rodionova was born in Russia and moved to the United States with her family at a young age. After graduating from Durango High School in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2004, she attended the College of Southern Nevada and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She began her career as a Legal Assistant in 2008 and after accumulating a wealth of knowledge she was promoted to Paralegal in 2018. Ms. Rodionova proudly obtained her American citizenship in 2019.
Prior to getting her start in the legal field, she wrote for her school newspapers and aspired to be a political columnist. She went on to write pieces for several Nevada youth-based magazines as well as the R-Jeneration section of the Las Vegas Review Journal and won several youth journalism awards in Southern Nevada. Later, Ms. Rodionova also managed a local music organization which strived to assist Las Vegas musicians with legal resources, exposure, venues, unity between genres, and demand for fair payment for their work. She also briefly curated a small local art gallery. In her spare time from the office, Ms. Rodionova is an avid reader, painter, gamer, musicophile, and enjoys traveling to Zion National Park in Utah for a good hike through The Narrows.