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Sceale & Co appoints tax partner

Sceale & Co appoints tax partner

PERTH TAX law firm Sceales & Company has welcomed the appointment of Alex Sceales as partner. Since joining the firm as senior associate in 2003, Sceales has specialised in income tax,…

PERTH TAX law firm Sceales & Company has welcomed the appointment of Alex Sceales as partner.

Since joining the firm as senior associate in 2003, Sceales has specialised in income tax, capital gains tax, superannuation, state taxes, international tax and trust law. He provides legal advice mainly to high net worth clients, including accountants, solicitors, private and public companies and private individuals.

“[Sceales] has had remarkable success in advising on a range of legal issues,” partner Jocelyne Boujos said. “We expect that he will continue to be of great service to our clients.”

Before joining the firm, Sceales spent two years in Sydney and four in Perth at Corrs Chambers Westgarth, where he gained commercial experience in trade practices and competition law.

He graduated from the University of Western Australia with a Bachelor of Commerce and a Master of Laws (Income Tax), and completed a Bachelor of Laws with First Class Honours at Bond University in Queensland. Sceales is admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of WA, the High Court of Australia and the Supreme Court of NSW.

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