Ms. Juhl-Rhodes is a Chico native and a partner in the firm of Peters, Habib, McKenna, Juhl-Rhodes & Cardoza, LLP. Ms. Juhl-Rhodes’ work with the firm includes real property litigation, public entity and public utility law, eminent domain, personal injury (plaintiff and defense) cases, contract litigation, insurance law, municipal code enforcement proceedings, appellate litigation for municipal code violations, construction defect cases, mobilehome and recreational vehicle park law, and appellate/writ practice.
Ms. Juhl-Rhodes has years of experience in agriculture, including work in almond, walnut, kiwi and Asian pear orchards. She also has extensive experience in the brewing industry and residential and commercial construction businesses, handling human resources, water issues, city, state and federal compliance, environmental law, sustainability, alcoholic beverage compliance, and land use and development of both commercial and residential projects.
In her work for the firm, Ms. Juhl-Rhodes has represented corporate and public entity clients including City of Chico, Town of Paradise, City of Oroville, Chico Auto Finance, Inc. and Union Pacific Railroad Company.
Public Entity Liability Law
Municipal Code Prosecution
California State Bar
United States District Court, Eastern District of California
Cal Northern School of Law, Chico, J.D.
University of California, Santa Barbara, B.A.
Memberships and Associations
Butte County Bar Association
Capital City Trial Lawyers Association
Former Board Member of Independent Living Services of Northern California (ILSNC)