“I will never forget your so much patience with me…you are always my amazing solicitor. The BEST one in the UK.”
“Please allow me to express my deepest and happiest gratitude to you and your office for the, what, 21+ months (!!!) that you have championed [our] case! It’s a huge win for all of us, so congratulations to you all as well!”
“I also wanted to express my gratitude again for the excellent service you provided. I had my ceremony on Thursday and it was a surprisingly emotional event. Thank you and I will continue recommending you to anyone who thinks about embarking on the citizenship journey.”
“Words cannot express how much we appreciate what you did . Thanks for saving us, I don’t know what would have happened to my boys. But now they can stay in the country of their birth and finish their education.”
Julian is accredited by the Law Society as a Level 2 Senior Caseworker and is a member of the Legal Aid team.
He specialises in representing clients in prison facing deportation and those challenging removal on asylum and human rights grounds.
He regularly visits HMP Huntercombe and other prisons and is particularly interested in advising young people facing deportation. He frequently receives referrals from those in Young Offender Institutions (YOIs).
Julian represented the Appellant in the Court of Appeal case of SSHD v Denis Viscu (Advice on Individual Rights in Europe Intervening)  EWCA Civ 1052 which considered whether detention in a young offenders institution breaks continuity of residence for the purposes of the European Regulations.
Julian joined Turpin & Miller after a varied career in journalism and publishing, as well as a spell at the Citizens Advice Bureau in Oxford. He has a degree in Russian & Soviet Studies as well as a Masters in Contemporary History and Politics.