Graduating from UNSW in 1983, Julian worked as a government lawyer with the Australian Government (AGS) for four years. There he represented a wide range of Commonwealth government departments in Administrative Law litigation. He then joined a task force between the Australian Government Solicitor, the Australian Taxation Office, the National Crime Authority and the Director of Public Prosecutions tracing and recovering the proceeds of organised crime.
Julian joined Craddock Murray Neumann as a Partner (later Director) three months after it was established in 1987.
Retiring as a Director in 2018, Julian now works as a consultant, “Special Counsel”, assisting with our Administrative Law, Debt/Insolvency, Commercial/Business Law and Refugee Law practices.