Carmel School to Welcome Mark Leibler AC
Carmel School is delighted to welcome the esteemed and distinguished Mark Leibler AC, senior partner at Arnold Bloch Leibler and head of its renowned taxation practice to our School, and to Perth in July 2018. As part of his visit, we will be hosting an inaugural Carmel Business Breakfast at a high profile city centre venue on Tuesday 24 July, likely to be from 7.00am till 9.00am. This ticketed event, which will be chaired by Chief Justice Wayne Martin, will no doubt be a most inspiring and thought provoking morning for the Perth Business Community so please put this in your calendar, and we will keep you updated once ticket sales are launched. Mark Leibler AC is a pre-eminent Australian tax lawyer, with a strong commitment to Jewish affairs, social justice, and Indigenous rights and reconciliation. In 2014 he was named in the Jerusalem Post as one of the 50 most influential Jews in the world and is one of a small number of recipients of the Israel Goldstein Award for distinguished leadership by Diaspora leaders, presented by Israeli President Shimon Peres in June 2011. Mark has worked to foster strong bi-lateral relations between Australia and Israel at all levels of government, as well as trade, diplomacy and culture. In Australia he holds the positions of National Chairman of the Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council, Life Chairman of the United Israel Appeal of Australia and Governor of the Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce. Internationally, Mark serves on the executive of the Jewish Agency for Israel, and holds office as a Governor of Tel Aviv University. Mark's service to the nation was recognised in 2005 with his appointment as a Companion of the Order of Australia, the highest degree for community service, in acknowledgment of his service to business, to the law, particularly in the areas of taxation and commercial law, to the Jewish community internationally and in Australia, and to reconciliation and the promotion of understanding between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.
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