Sam Granek graduated from Melbourne University with a Bachelor of Laws in 1974 and was admitted to practise as a Barrister and Solicitor in the Supreme Court of Victoria in 1975. Following his admission, Sam worked as an employee solicitor for a number of small law firms until he decided to open his own legal practice in 1979.
Sam started working from home but the new practice thrived and Sam opened an office in Centre Road Bentleigh in 1980. In 1987 Sam merged his practice with the Caulfield law practice conducted by Jonathan Sheink, and Sam and Jonathan worked as partners in the practice of Sterling & Sheink until September 1990 when Jonathan decided to emigrate to Israel.
Sam then conducted the practice of Sterling & Sheink as a sole proprietor until 2015 when he sold the practice to Malcolm Morris. Sam now works as a consultant with the firm of Rotman & Morris where his main areas of practice are property and conveyancing, wills and probate, commercial leases and business sales and purchases. His areas of practice are:
- Property and Conveyancing Law
- Wills and Estate Administration
- Powers of Attorney
- Commercial Leasing
Sam is married to Caryn and they have 2 children and 5 grandchildren. Apart from the law, Sam’s main passion in life is Israeli dancing where he spends a good deal of his time so it is indeed fortunate that his wife Caryn is just as enthusiastic about Israeli dancing as he is.