Julius Halstead is an associate in the litigation group at Goulston & Storrs. As a litigator, he has experience working with clients on a range of employment, commercial, real estate, and probate disputes, often handling drafting, research, and analysis. Julius has completed an MCAD-certified course on preventing workplace discrimination and harassment.
During law school, he completed internships at a large labor and employment law firm, Greater Boston Legal Services, and various state legislative offices. In addition, he worked as a judicial intern for the Honorable O. Rogeriee Thompson of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit (CAFC). In conjunction with his practical legal experience, Julius was also involved in the classroom and student life, serving as a Teaching Assistant for both Criminal Law and the Academic Success Program along with the Black Law Students Association (BLSA) Executive Board.
Julius also volunteers for the Civil Appeals Clinic through the Volunteer Lawyers Project, typically advising self-represented litigants on appellate issues primarily in family and housing law.
- Penn State Multicultural Undergraduate Law Association, past President
- Penn State Black Leadership Union, past Leadership Committee Member
- Black Law Students Association, past Chairman, Internal/External Affairs Committee
- American Humanist Association, Field Intern (drafted articles about historically black colleges and universities and misconceptions about human trafficking)
- Teaching Assistant, Academic Success Program
- Teaching Assistant, Criminal Law
- Frederick Douglass Moot Court Competition Participant (now named the Thurgood Marshall Moot Court Competition)
- Northeastern University School of Law (J.D., 2019)
- Pennsylvania State University (B.A., 2016)