Julien graduated from University of Ottawa with degrees in both common law and civil law (Juris Doctor and Licentiate of Laws). During law school, Julien coordinated and participated as Pro bono volunteer at the ID Clinic to help people in need getting access to vital services and community programs. He also acted as an assistant editor at the Ottawa Law Review and as the Communication VP of the Canadian Law Program Student Association. To broaden his legal comprehension, Julien completed an indigenous law course at the First Nations reserve of Mani-Utenam in Septs-Iles as well as a certificate on the juridical relation between Latin American countries and Canada at the Universidad Central de Chile in Santiago. Prior to law school, Julien majored in International Studies at York University and obtained his International Bachelor of Arts with Honours in English, French, and Spanish. While pursuing his undergraduate degree, he accomplished an academic exchange at the University of Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico as well as completed an internship as a research assistant at the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA) in Stockholm, Sweden. In his free time, Julien enjoys running, skiing, travelling, and reading. He is fluent in both English and French.
Julien summered with Fasken in 2020.