Julia is an Associate in Andersons’ Civil Litigation team.
Practising predominantly in the field of personal injury law, Julia specialises in motor vehicle accident, public liability and medical negligence claims.
Julia was trained by and continues to work closely with the partners and senior practitioners in the Civil Litigation team, gaining essential skills to aid in complex litigation files and maximise her client’s entitlements to compensation.
Julia holds a Bachelor of Law with Honours, a Bachelor of Journalism and Professional Writing, and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice. Julia was admitted to practice as a Solicitor in September 2018.
For Julia, communication is paramount and her highly regarded ability to communicate in a clear, compassionate and efficient manner has proven invaluable in building relationships with her clients, communicating with the Courts, and negotiating successful outcomes for her clients with her opponents.
Julia was most recently instructing solicitor in the matter of Crossley v State of South Australia  which saw the District Court award her client more than $854,000.00 in damages after his leg was broken by police in the course of an arrest. The matter was subsequently appealed by the State of South Australia to the Supreme Court, where the original decision of the District Court was upheld.
An active member of South Australia’s legal community, Julia is also a part of the Editorial Team of the Law Society of South Australia’s Journal, The Bulletin, which sees her advising, assisting, writing for and providing feedback to the Editor.
- Law Society of South Australia - Editorial Team Member
- Law Australasia - Group Leader
- Women Lawyers Association of South Australia
- Paraquad SA (PQSA)
Media and Awards:
- ABC News, 25 December 2020, Adelaide man who suffered broken leg during SA Police arrest secures $854,000 compensation
- Andersons Medical Negligence Team: Recommended - Leading Medical Negligence Compensation Law Firm (Plaintiff) South Australia in Doyles Guide 2020
- The Advertiser, 28 May 2020, Excessive force: $700k compo for violent police arrest
- News.com.au, 29 March 2018, Senate inquiry finds current Australian laws ‘adequate’ to penalise serious cyber-bullying offenders
Julia's areas of practice
- Personal Injury Claims
- Motor Vehicle Accident Claims
- Medical Negligence
- Public Liability Claims
- Victims of Crime
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