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Joe Stultz is a seasoned attorney with substantial experience in a variety of commercial litigation disputes and personal injury cases. Before joining Wrona Dubois, Joe practiced law for nearly seven years in the litigation department of one of the oldest and largest law firms in Salt Lake City. Joe was also first in his class at the University of Utah College of Law, where he graduated with his J.D. degree in 2008.

Joe has a Master of Business Administration, and prior to entering law school, he worked in the Treasury Department for a Fortune 500 Company (Sabre Holdings) in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, where he assisted in a secondary equity offering, a debt placement, and a capital lease for the company’s headquarters. He also worked as a budget and financial analysis manager at Sabre, where he managed a $400 million budget. Prior to working at Sabre, Mr. Stultz was an associate in public finance at Rauscher Pierce Refsnes in Dallas, where he assisted cities and school districts in issuing municipal bonds. He applies his wealth of business and economics experience to his legal practice.

Joe was named the Pro Bono Publico Young Lawyer of the Year by the Utah State Bar at its Law Day Celebration on May 1, 2012. He wrote “A Primer to the New Utah Rules of Civil Procedure” (Utah Bar Journal, Nov. 2011) and “Amendments to the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure (Interview with James Blanch)” (The Zealous Advocate (A Newsletter of the Litigation Section of the Utah Bar), Dec. 2011). He also wrote a monthly newsletter for nearly three years that summarized Utah cases of interest to the Plaintiff's Bar. He has also given several presentations, including “The New Americans with Disabilities Act and its New EEOC Regulations” (Breakfast Briefing for Clients, 2010) and “Fair Debt Collection Practices Act” (Internal Presentation, 2009).

Education: 

University of Utah College of Law (J.D. 2008)

Publications: 

“A Primer to the New Utah Rules of Civil Procedure” (Utah Bar Journal, Nov. 2011)

“Amendments to the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure (Interview with James Blanch)” (The Zealous Advocate (A Newsletter of the Litigation Section of the Utah Bar), Dec. 2011)

Bar Admissions: 

Utah State Bar