Anthony Malouf

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December 28, 2009

Anthony Malouf was born in the early 1950's and is the eldest son of the late Dr Fawzi Malouf and Mrs. Odette Malouf. Anthony was very successful at his studies. He went to the University of Sydney and successfully completed a Degree in Law.

In 1982 Anthony Malouf embarked on his own and set up his own law offices, which he named "Anthony Malouf and Company". The law firm, which is now known as "Malouf Solicitors", practices in a broad range of fields including Taxation, Commercial Litigation, Property Development, Conveyancing, Probate, Personal Injury, Workers Compensation and Family Law.

Anthony Malouf is a very respected member of the community. Over the years he has held a wide range of positions. He is well known for his efforts in enhancing the relationship between the Lebanese and the general Australian community.

Mr. Malouf is married to Mrs. Catherine Malouf and they are the proud parents of four children Phillip, Alex, Yasmin and William.


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