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Our Special Counsel


Mr. John Law

A BRIEF REVIEW OF THE QUALIFICATIONS, INTERESTS, MEMBERSHIPS AND EXPERIENCE OF OUR SPECIAL COUNSEL AND CONSULTANT (Mr JOHN LAW).

• Solicitor and Barrister of the Supreme Court of New South Wales and of the High Court of Australia
• Bachelor of Arts ( Macquarie University)
• Diploma in Law (Solicitors and Barristers Admission Board)
• Advanced Diploma in Legal Practice ( College of Law)
• Advanced Diploma of Australian and International Trade Facilitation (CBFCA)
• Certificates of Commercial Mediation (The Accord Group and the Law Societies of New South Wales and Western Australia)
• Licensed Customs Broker
• President New South Wales and Fellow, Customs Brokers and Forwarders Council of Australia Inc
• Immediate Past Chair, Customs and International Transactions Committee, the Business Law Section of the Law Council of Australia
• Past Member, Customs National Consultative Committee
• Member, Australian Institute of Export
• Vice President, Epping Eastwood FC
• Member, Sydney FC
• Past Member, State Chamber of Commerce NSW, Standing Committee on International Trade
• Member, Australian Taxation Office, GST Shipping Industry Partnership Program
• Past Member, Sydney Ports Cargo Facilitation Committee
• Past Member of the Board, Greater Western Sydney Regional Chamber of Commerce
• Past Member Sydney Airports Corporation Freight Users Committee

SOME OF OUR SPECIAL CONSULTANT’S SIGNIFICANT CLIENTS:
• Microsoft
• Johnson & Johnson
• GEC
• General Motors
• Roche Diagnostics
• Pepsi
• Tetra Pak
• Arthur Andersen
• Deloitte
• Customs Brokers & Forwarders Council of Australia Inc and its members
• Australian Federation of International Forwarders Inc and its members
• Blake Dawson Waldron Lawyers
• QANTAS
• Pirelli Cables
• Consolidated Press Holdings Limited

 

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