Bachelor of Arts, UNSW
Graduate Diploma in Asian Studies, UNSW
Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics, UTS
PhD, University of Sydney
Dr Julie Lim is a Research Associate in the School of Humanities and Languages for the ARC Linkage project Access to justice in interpreted proceedings: the role of Judicial Officers (LP180100366), led by CI Professor Ludmila Stern. She is also Research Officer for the ARC Discovery project Interpreting Justice: mode, accuracy and credibility (DP170100634) led by CI Professor Sandra Hale. Previous projects for which she has provided research and project management support in the School of Humanities and Languages include the ARC Linkage project Participation in the administration of justice: deaf citizens as jurors (LP120200261) and the ARC Linkage project Interpreters in court: witness credibility with interpreted testimony (LP110200394).
Julie has research interests across Applied Linguistics and China Studies. Her interdisciplinary PhD (University of Sydney) examined notions of race and belonging through intercultural service encounters experienced by overseas Chinese in Shanghai.
With a background in English language teaching and examining, she has taught on degree and pathway programs at Western Sydney University, the University of Technology, Sydney, the Centre for English Language Teaching (University of Sydney), the University of Central Lancashire, and Shanghai University. She has been an active language examiner since 2000, and from 2008-2011 she managed the IELTS Test Centre at UNSW Global.
Julie is a Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy (FHEA).