James Judge was born in New Dehli India.
He grew in Canberra and attended Daramalen College in Dickson.
He has a beautiful daughter Isabel and in summary, is a great father, brother, son, good cook, mediator, educator, potter and cuban salsa dancer.
He has always had the great ‘Williams family’ sense of humour and loves a good book and or film. He and his older sister Sylvie are the closest in age and share a number of similar likes in music, dancing, TV series and movies. He has always been a terrific brother and very interesting to talk to about all manner of things. One thing wonderful about James and his one older brother Hal is there ability to learn and share their learning with others, in a humble and generous way.
When James was at high school he played the violin extremely well and had a great sense of rhythm. He has always been a outstanding teller of stories, facilitator of conflict management and change management workshop. He is has an eye for detail, a great legal mind and is extremely comprehensive in how he approaches researching everything that he applies himself to.
James worked in a number of senior roles across the employment and labour market sectors. He helps organisations, teams and individuals deepen their insight, improve performance and to resolve conflict.
James was formerly a multiple award winning sales and marketing professional and has also worked as a marketing and commercialisation director at one of Australia’s leading, multi-disciplinary organisations analysing the changing nature of work. James’s career has seen him broker a variety of complex multi-party deals, high level advocacy and dispute resolution negotiations, including industrial agreements across sectors of the Australian economy.
James is an experienced educator having designed and delivered workplace and vocational training solutions and has lectured at higher education providers such as Macleay College and guest lectured at UNSW and the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS).
He holds a Bachelor of Arts (ANU) and Grad LLB (UNSW) qualifications, is a nationally accredited mediator under the National Mediator Accreditation System (NMAS), is a member of LEADR, is a professional member of the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) and sits on the panel for resolving disputes under the Motor Vehicle Repairer’s Code of Conduct.