Member of the Paris Bar since 2000, William JULIÉ is a Franco-British lawyer, who worked mainly in criminal law, before focusing his practice on International and European Criminal Law.
After studying International Law at the University of Paris-Sorbonne (Paris I), William JULIÉ turned to Criminal Law, obtaining a doctoral certification (Doctorat d’études approfondies) in European Criminal Justice Policy directed by Professor Mireille Delmas-Marty while also attending the Institute of Criminology at the University of Paris-Assas (Paris II).
His first years fine-tuning his skills as a criminal and fundamental rights lawyer were spent working alongside renowned professionals, amongst whom Maître Henri Leclerc (President of the Human Rights League).
He has developed a strong practice in International and European criminal litigation, especially in extradition proceedings, international and European arrest warrants, and withdrawal of INTERPOL Red Notices.
He has since extended his practice to complex and technical international and transnational litigation cases, in particular international and European sanctions, including before the Court of Justice of the European Union, and the recovery of frozen assets.
He regularly intervenes as a legal expert in criminal law and human rights law before foreign courts.
William JULIÉ is on the List of Counsel to the International Criminal Court.
Works in French and English
- CRIMINAL LAW
- WHITE COLLAR CRIME
- INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW
- HUMAN RIGHTS
- BUSINESS LAW
- PUBLIC LAW
- International Criminal Law Officer of the International Bar Association (IBA)
- European Bar Association (ECBA)
- President of the Commission Pénale de l’Association des Avocats Conseils d’Entreprises (ACE)
- Forum des Avocats Spécialistes de l’Extradition (DELF)
- Association des Juristes Franco-Britanniques (LBLS)