Juliette Brezin is an associate in the San Diego office of Latham & Watkins.

Ms. Brezin represents clients in antitrust and competition matters. Ms. Brezin is a French-American citizen and, prior to law school, lived and studied in France. She regularly draws on her experience to advise global French companies in litigation throughout the United States.

In law school, Ms. Brezin was the managing editor of the Harvard International Law Journal, a clinical student in the Harvard Cyberlaw Clinic, and the recipient of an International Fellowship from another large international law firm. She also served on the board of the HLS Antitrust Association.

Before joining Latham full time, Ms. Brezin was a summer associate in the San Diego office. She seconded to Meta during the summer of her first year as part of the firm’s 1L Diversity Scholars’ Program.

As part of her pro bono practice, Ms. Brezin represents victims of domestic violence with the San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program.

Ms. Brezin’s experience includes advising:

  • EssilorLuxottica in monopolization class actions challenging the company’s IP licensing agreements, supply agreements, and vision benefits arrangements
  • StarKist in antitrust litigation filed by multiple classes of retailers and consumers alleging anticompetitive conduct in the packaged tuna industry

Bar Qualification

  • California


  • JD, Harvard Law School, 2023
  • Master of Public Affairs, Sciences Po Paris, 2013

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • French