Preview Steve Mark AM, rated 5 stars, most watched ethics presenter at CPD for Me.  Steve  is an ethics lecturer at UNSW, lawyer by profession, having initially studied in America, the country of his birth, and subsequently in Australia.  He practiced law with a private firm for five years, specialising in criminal law before travelling to England where for three years he practised in criminal, immigration and human rights law.



He was President of the New South Wales Anti-Discrimination Board from 1988 to 1994.


Steve is Chairman of the Australian Section of the International Commission of Jurists.  The International Commission of Jurists, established in 1952 and based in Geneva, has consultative status with the United Nations.



Steve has lectured and consulted widely throughout Australia on human rights issues and sound management practices in both the public and private sectors including a three-year period as a lecturer in the Law Faculty at Macquarie University.  Steve was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Laws at Macquarie University in October 2000.



He was appointed as Legal Services Commissioner when the Office was established in July 1994 – 2013.  The Office of the Legal Services Commissioner receives complaints against solicitors and barristers in New South Wales, and works to improve ethical behaviour of lawyers.



Steve was appointed as a member of the Council of International House, The University of Sydney in January 2010.



In January 2010, Steve Mark was appointed Registrar, Australasian Register of Security Professionals which has been established to set competencies and criteria for the registration of security professionals in Australia and New Zealand.



In 2011, Steve Mark was appointed Technical Committee Member to the International Standards for Security Agencies Technical Committee.



In 2012, Steve Mark was appointed as a member of the University of New England, School of Law Advisory Board. Steve was appointed as Adjunct Research Fellow in the School of Law, (Australian Agriculture and Law Centre) University of New England on 23 July 2012.