About the Artist
Julie Pace is an employment, litigation, and OSHA attorney who also is an artist who has been featured in galleries, museums and publications.
Julie is a fourth generation Republican Arizonan, whose ancestors came to Arizona in wagons to start a ranch in Navajo County. She has a B.S. in Business, magna cum laude, and a J.D., cum laude, from Arizona State University and has been named one of the 10 most influential attorneys in Arizona.
She has pursued photography as her primary artistic expression, but has recently diversified into other media. Two of her artistic creations were selected for display in an exhibition at the City of Phoenix's Shemer Art Center and Museum.
Her travel photos have been featured in national travel brochures and were selected for a juried exhibition called "Favorite Shots Two" displayed at Todd Photographic Studio and Gallery in Phoenix.
She is a attorney in a Phoenix, Arizona law firm, representing businesses in all aspects of employment law, including worksite enforcement and I-9s and E-Verify compliance, OSHA, discrimination, employee handbooks, drug and alcohol policies, government contracts, labor, OFCCP, DOL audits, training, investigations, and more.
She is the Co-Editor of three books on employment law, including I-9s, E-Verify and Immigration Compliance; Arizona Human Resources Manual; and Model Policies and Forms for Arizona Employers. Julie has been quoted or interviewed on CNN, NPR, The New York Times, The Associated Press, USA Today, ABA Journal, Forbes, Business Week, FOX News, The Arizona Republic, Arizona Capitol Services, Arizona Business Journal, and numerous other Arizona media. She is in regular demand as a speaker on employment law and other topics. Her video training DVD, Respect at Work, has won a Telly Award.