- Admitted to practice: 1999
- Signed the Bar Roll: 2020
- Qualifications: B Sc (Ma & Comp Sc); LLB; GCLP; LLM
Julia has extensive advocacy experience of over 20 years with a focus on criminal law. She has conducted numerous trials in both the Magistrates and District Courts and has experience in appeals to the Supreme Court.
As a trial advocate she approaches her matters with sensitivity and the tactics of a seasoned advocate. She accepts briefs primarily in criminal law, disciplinary matters, workers compensation and administrative law. She is also a qualified mediator.
Julia is a keen advocate of human rights and has worked internationally in this field in Timor Leste in both non-government organisations and the United Nations Department of Peace-keeping Operations. She has also completed a Masters of Laws at the University of Melbourne.
Julia is an adjunct lecturer at the College of Law, often teaching the advocacy component of their PLT course.
Julia completed the Bar Readers course in 2019 and was awarded the Chairman’s Prize.
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