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Former Radio 1 DJ Judge Jules set to join law firm Sheridans

Former Radio 1 DJ Judge Jules, who quit the station to become a full time lawyer is to join London based firm Sheridans.

DJ turned lawyer, Judge Jules

Jules, who left the station in 2011, will start as a trainee in September.

Jules has been forthcoming in public about his ambitions to work in the law.

Writing on his blog last year, he elaborated on his new legal ambitions,, which he says will be inspired by his work as a DJ.

“Some of you may have read that over the past 5 years I’ve been refreshing my legal qualifications. This was my game-plan for many years, and in early June my final law exam was done and dusted,” he said.

“From October I will be taking up a part-time position practising law at a top entertainment lawyers Sheridans, in addition to carrying on with my regular DJ and music production duties.

“Confidentiality prevents me from listing them, but suffice to say that Sheridans represent some of the biggest names in global music, including some huge individuals from the world of EDM/dance. They also cover other aspects of entertainment, including film, music, theatre and sport. I’ve learned a huge amount from my many years in the music business, which will hopefully position me as a strong and insightful advice giver.”

He said he plans to continue as a DJ in his own time.

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