Juliana practices in all areas of immigration and refugee law.
Juliana clerked for Madam Justice Hansen at the Federal Court in Ottawa after obtaining her law degree from the University of British Columbia. She practiced in administrative law and employment and human rights law at a non-profit organization in Vancouver where she focused on advocating for the rights of migrant workers. Juliana has represented several migrant workers in legal proceedings to uphold their employment and human rights and has participated in law reform work, including advocating for reform of the Temporary Foreign Worker Program to better protect migrant workers from abuse and exploitation. Juliana has represented clients in several human rights cases in British Columbia, including representing parties and interveners before the B.C. Court of Appeal and Supreme Court of Canada.
She has served as a Board Member for LSLAP and currently edits its Immigration and Refugee Law and Citizenship Law manual chapters. She has been involved in various community initiatives aimed at furthering the rights of refugees and other migrants.