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Julian has more than 15 years' experience in the insolvency and business rescue industry. After completing his Law Degree in 1996, Julian was awarded a fellowship to teach at the Pennsylvania State University where he was also offered a scholarship to complete a Master's Degree in comparative law which he completed in 1999.
Julian is actively involved in the insolvency and business rescue industry, acting for creditors, lenders, liquidators and business rescue practitioners. He is also a previous chairperson of the Cape Town Attorneys Association and was responsible for the insolvency portfolio at the Master's office.
Roxanne is an Associate-Designate at Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Inc. and will be admitted as an attorney and notary public of the High Court of South Africa in due course.
Neil is a Senior Associate in Knowledge Management with a focus on rendering professional support to Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr's attorneys in the firm's 12 practice areas. Prior to taking up his position at CDH, Neil lectured at the University of Johannesburg in various undergraduate courses and continues to present aspects of the LLM in Banking and Stock Exchange as a guest lecturer.