Julie Globus graduated with honors from Skidmore College with an interdepartmental BA in Government and Philosophy in 1991. She then attended the One-Year Program with a grant from The Hebrew University of Mt. Scopus in Israel. During that year Julie worked for a history professor on translations of Aramaic texts from Elephantine Island. Following that year, in 1992, Julie was invited to complete her Masters with a scholarship from Hebrew University where she also worked as a research editor for the Maurice Falk Institute of Economic Research in Israel. In 1995 Julie earned her MA with distinction in Political Theory, studying mainly in Hebrew. In 1997 Julie earned her Juris Doctor from Rutgers Law School in Newark.
In 1998, Julie returned to Israel to practice as a foreign legal consultant and studied toward her certification to be a Trustee in Bankruptcy under Israeli Law. While living in Israel, Julie had the opportunity to work on a number of business deals and transactions in London, Israel and Egypt, and a few deals in cooperation between Israel and Jordan. In 2001, Julie returned to the U.S. to join Mandel, Katz, Manna and Brosnan (n/k/a Mandel, Katz and Brosnan) as an associate. In 2004 Julie joined Rohit Sabharwal as a partner of HSG, which became Sabharwal, Globus & Lim LLP in 2006 when Stan Lim left his former employment to join as a partner.
Aside from Julie's career choice, she is an avid skier, cyclist and triathlete. She is also warming up to swimming. Julie has competed in 9 Half-Ironman races, 8 of which she completed and one of which ended in a cycling crash. She has completed the Sea to Summit, an endurance and self-directed distance triathlon that ends in a run up Mount Washington's Tuckerman's Ravine. Julie has also competed in the 100 on 100 in Vermont, a 100 mile running race, which she ran as a member of a six member team (albeit the weakest link). Julie plans to complete the Natchez Trace 444 on 44, a 444 mile bike race, completed o