Who are you? Tim Herbert I was born in the south of England to a Geordie mother and a Cockney father, so I'm a bit mixed up. After I left university in the UK I travelled for a while before settling in Manly, I did however end up back in the UK for a period of time before returning here in 2000.
Who are you?  David Jones Who do you work for? Baker & McKenzie, an international law firm. What do you do for a crust? I eat all the rest of the bread, and voila!  Crust.  Hmm, perhaps not what you were asking?  I'm a partner at my law firm, working in the Structured Assets team.  Basically means helping people buy and sell large commercial office buildings and Hotels & Resorts around the World, primarily in the Asia Pacific region.  To appease my conscience I also help organise various parts of our Pro Bono program, including a service for low-income terminally ill
On the 14th June 2008 one of our clients, Tan Huynh, completed the arduous Gobi Desert Race, a 250km race over 7 days through some of the world's most inhospitable territory! Not only did he complete it but he finished 64th out of a field of 147 that finished and 173 who started.
Big congratulations to Sukie Southern! Sukie took out both Gold (relay) and Bronze (80m sprint) at the Australian National Surf Life Saving Championships in Western Australia in the womens Masters events. This is her first year competing, not only did she get state titles but took out the nationals as well. Sukie is also this month's client focus.