Julia is a Partner in the Baker McKenzie Employment Department in London, UK, and is at the forefront of the firm's strategy for helping clients navigate the future of work as Co-Chair of the Global Future of Work group. She advises senior legal and HR stakeholders on a range of employment matters. Her practice focuses on multi-jurisdictional and high value matters involving strategic, operational, financial and/or reputational risk; data protection and compliance (where she is the lead employment practitioner in London); high value and/or complex employment claims and global projects and transactions.
Julia's work also includes advising on the implementation of organisational change and restructuring (including redundancy and collective consultation issues), outsourcing arrangements, senior executive terminations and severance agreements, multi-strand high value employment litigation, transfers of undertakings and leading multi-jurisdictional projects. Julia regularly presents at external and internal client seminars on a range of topics, and is often quoted in mainstream media. She regularly writes articles and has authored precedent policies for the UK's Practical Law Company and other publications and co-wrote the common concepts chapter of the Tolley's Discrimination Handbook.