Julius joined LSV Borrello Lawyers in January 2016, having previously held a partnership position with Jackson McDonald for more than 10 years.

Julius’ practice includes work for clients at all stages of the planning and environmental approval processes. He has acted for clients across industry sectors including property development, waste & recycling, retailing, tourism, mining & resources and industry in respect of planning & subdivision approvals, environmental permits, Works Approvals & Licences, land acquisition & compensation, heritage, contaminated sites and all forms of regulatory compliance. He has conducted numerous State Administrative Tribunal proceedings and appeals to the Supreme Court in all of these areas.

Julius’ other principal focus is Local Government. He has led teams and established a practice in this area over more than 20 years, which is reflected in LSV Borrello Lawyers’ recent appointment to the WALGA Legal Services panel. In addition to acting for Local Governments in planning and development matters, where his experience in acting for both Local Government and the private sector provides a unique perspective and benefits for both sides in terms of achieving proper outcomes, he has advised and represented Local Governments across Western Australia in relation to a range of matters. This has included major projects involving complex land transactions and private-sector partnerships, public works, governance & administration, tendering & procurement, codes of conduct, and the interpretation and application of the multitude of statutes affecting or administered by Local Government.

Doyle’s Guide, Leading Western Australian Planning & Environment Lawyer (2010 – 2019)

Best Lawyers in Australia, Planning & Environment Law (2014 – 2020)

Best Lawyers in Australia, Government Practice (2020)

Best Lawyers in Australia, Land Use & Zoning Law (2014 – 2020)

Best Lawyers in Australia, Real  Property Law (2014 – 2020)

Best Lawyers in Australia, Perth Planning & Environment Lawyer of the Year (2015)