Lou Lieberman

Louis Stuart Lieberman (born 13 May 1938) is an Australian politician and was a member of both the Victorian Legislative Assembly and the Australian House of Representatives.

Born on 13 May 1938 at Swan Hill, Lou Lieberman was educated at Albury High School. He studied law while working as a law clerk at Tietyens Angel & Jackling and on becoming a barrister in 1961 became a partner. He bought the Wodonga practice and merged it with J. S. N. Harris in 1966. In 1978 he became a founding partner in the Wodonga law firm of Lieberman Harris Boyd. He also did National Service and served in 8/13 VMR (Victorian Mounted Rifles) working with Centurion tanks.

He served on the local consultative council for the development of the Albury-Wodonga growth centre planned by the Whitlam government in 1973. Provided by Wikipedia