Julie Anderson has a commercial and public law practice acting for the Treasury Solicitor, Solicitors to Dept. of Work and Pensions, Dept. of Health, HM Customs & Excise and Inland Revenue, local authorities, various public bodies & charities (e.g. Benefit Fraud Inspectorate, Food Standards Authority, Police Authorities, National Crime Squad & NCIS and British Olympic Association), commercial solicitors and other professional clients through direct professional access.
Julie read Politics, Philosophy & Economics at Oriel College Oxford with tutor Sir Derek Morris (formerly Chairman of the MMC/Competition Commission 1997-2004). She was Associate Lecturer in Economics at University of Surrey (full time then part time whilst qualifying for the Bar), and qualified with a Diploma in law from City Guildhall University.
Julie was called to the Bar in November 1993. She has been awarded a scholarship and selected by the Bar Council for a training period with the Legal Service of the European Commission (STAGE) in Brussels. She is also a Member of UK representative team with the EC Commission led APERTURE project with Imperial College London.
Julie was appointed to the A Panel of the Attorney General's Panel of Junior Counsel, was effect from 1 March 2012. She was previously appointed by the Attorney General to the B Panel of Standing Council to the Crown in November 2003 and prior to that the C Panel in November 1999. She was appointed as Junior Counsel in a large public inquiry (Robert Hamill Inquiry) in November 2004.
Julie has conducted cases before all major UK Courts, the European Court of Human Rights (Strasbourg), the EU Courts and many specialist Tribunals across a wide range of areas including public law, EU & ECHR law, VAT & Duties & commercial law.