Adam was admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of NSW in 2009 having completed degrees in Laws (LLB) from Western Sydney University and psychology (B.A. Psych) from Macquarie University.
Having commenced in a boutique employment law practice, Adam has gained extensive experience in the areas of industrial and employment law, with prior experience in a well-respected mid-tier firm located in the Sydney CBD, as well as in-house with a major broadcaster.
Adam has represented both employee and employer clients in a variety of matters including employment disputes, underpayment claims, consumer protection claims, work health and safety (WH&S) matters, and discrimination claims. Adam has represented clients in a range of litigious matters in various industrial courts and tribunals within New South Wales, as well as matters in the Federal Court, the Federal Circuit Court and the Fair Work Commission.
Adam provides practical, targeted and commercially expedient employment law advice to a wide range of employers and employees, varying from individuals to companies of all sizes. Adam regularly drafts employment contracts and policies, provides advices on award and other employer obligations, and assists with the resolution of employment disputes.
Prior to commencing with the firm, Adam ran his own commercial and employment law practice. When not at work, Adam loves watching and playing sport and is not averse to a good conversation in the taboo subject of politics.
Lisa was admitted to the legal profession in April 2017 and works across all of the firm’s practice areas providing legal and strategic advice to employers of all sizes across various industries as well as individuals. Lisa regularly provides advice on all areas of employment law including unfair dismissal and general protections applications, employment contracts, employee performance management, termination of employment (including redundancy and post-termination restraints), modern award and enterprise agreement compliance, sexual harassment, discrimination and equal opportunity cases and has considerably experience dealing with Fair Work Ombudsman prosecutions and underpayment of wage claims.
Lisa also contributes to the firm’s client alerts and writes articles on employment law topics and notable cases. Lisa has experience in drafting workplace policies, employment contracts and preparing workplace training presentations and has been involved in a number of workplace investigations.
Prior to commencing with the firm, Lisa worked exclusively for the Managing Partner of a leading industrial relations law firm and also gained a wealth of practical legal experience in the areas of criminal law, commonwealth compensation, equity, trusts, conveyancing and commercial law.
Outside of the legal profession, Lisa enjoys travelling and snowboarding.