02 Apr 099 2008 Graham Hill Award presentedOn 31 March 2009, the 2008 Annual Graham Hill Award was presented to Catherine Leslie, Special Counsel of tax litigation at the Australian Government Solicitor’s Office. The award was made by Justice Richard Edmonds, a member of the Award committee.
The Graham Hill Award was established in recognition of the contribution made by Justice Graham Hill (a former President of the Taxation Institute of Australia) to improving revenue law in Australia. As such, the Award is presented each year to the person who is considered to have also made a significant contribution to improving revenue law in Australia. Michael D’Ascenzo, the Commissioner of Taxation, spoke at the presentation and congratulated Catherine on being a worthy recipient of the Award. He stated:
“I think that Graham would be pleased with the choices made by the Committee for this prestigious award given in his memory. It is given to those that have made a significant contribution to improving administration, policy, practice, teaching or understanding of revenue law in Australia."
For more information about the Graham Hill Award, go here.