Dr. Julian Fulbrook


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Dr. Julian Fulbrook

A founder member of Doughty Street Chambers, Julian Fulbrook was, until his retirement in 2013, an academic lawyer at the London School of Economics where he was the Dean of Graduate Studies and Associate Professor of Law. He graduated with law degrees from Exeter, Cambridge, and Harvard Universities. He was Wright Rogers Law Scholar at Cambridge, where he completed his doctoral thesis, and then spent three years at Harvard Law School, where he was Barnett Memorial Fellow. He joined the LSE in 1976.


Called to the Bar at the Inner Temple in 1977, where he was a Duke of Edinburgh Scholar, he was a pupil to Lord Irvine of Lairg. He practised until 1993 in the fields of personal injuries and employment law.


Major publications include books on Administrative Justice and the Unemployed, Law at Work: Social Security, and Outdoor Activities, Negligence and the Law. Professor Fulbrook is on the editorial board of the Journal of Personal Injury Law, where he writes regular articles.


Julian’s public service includes being a councillor in the London Borough of Camden, where he is currently the Cabinet Member for Housing, have served previously in various roles such as Mayor, Chair of Housing, Chair of Education, and Chair of Social Services. He represents Holborn and Covent Garden ward, first elected in 1978. He was also a non-executive Director of the Camden Primary Care NHS Trust, specialising in clinical governance issues, as well as having chaired the governing bodies of two primary schools in Holborn and the Swiss Cottage Special School. He is a trustee at Coram's Fields.


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