Julia (Zhuying) Zhuo, LL.B. J.D. is a 2021-2022 articling student candidate and research student focusing on tax dispute resolution, tax litigation and taxation services. She also assists our team with its frequent seminars and monthly newsletters geared towards accountants and lawyers. Julia is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, Canadian Tax Foundation, and the Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers. She is proficient in Mandarin Chinese, orally and in writing.
Julia is currently working on her Master of Laws (Tax Law) at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University. She took and will take specialized tax law courses. She is an active blog contributor for Tax at Osgoode Hall Law School, as well as a member of the Osgoode Tax Law Association.
Julia completed her Juris Doctor at the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law, where she received various academic awards, including the Alvin D. From Memorial Scholarship in Civil Procedure and the Harold G. Fox Bursary (awarded to top four students). At the University of Windsor, Julia worked as a teaching assistant for Income Taxation and Advanced Taxation. She was also a student coach for Windsor Law’s team in the Donald G.H. Bowman National Tax Moot and she founded Windsor Law’s Tax Law Society.
Julia holds a Bachelor of Laws from Tsinghua University in Beijing, China, one of the top universities in Asia. At Tsinghua University, she founded the Law Debate Association and led the team to intramural championships in two consecutive years. She also participated in national and international debate competitions on behalf of Tsinghua University’s debate team.
Julia plays soccer and Frisbee and runs half-marathons occasionally. She also practices piano and Chinese calligraphy as her hobbies.