Barrister Marcel Sahade was admitted to the bar in 1995 and currently focuses his practice on criminal law, commercial and equity law, land and environmental law and appellate advocacy. Marcel Sahade holds a Bachelor of Science in Pure and Applied Mathematics from the University of Sydney. During his undergraduate years, Marcel Sahade pursued competitive archery and was the winner of the 1995 Archery Club Championships and the 1993 ECTSA Games. At Waverley College Marcel Sahade was the winner of the Telstra Chess Tournament and received the DP Taylor Debating Shield among other honours. Marcel Sahade currently practises as a Barrister in Sydney and pursues hobbies including archery, bodybuilding, and swimming. Marcel Sahade’s interests encompass chess and reading, and he cites Aristotle, Thomas Aquinas, and G. K. Chesterton among his favorite authors. Marcel Sahade is a contributor to the Charitable Works Fund.