12th March 2018
MSI's Adelaide law member Johnston Withers is delighted to announce that the firm's law experts Graham Harbord and Richard Bradshaw were recognised by Doyle's Guide as key lawyers in their respective fields.
Director and Employment Law expert, Graham Harbord, has been recognized by Doyle’s Guide as leading Employment Lawyer (Employee Representation).
The 2018 listing of leading Employee-focused South Australian Employment Lawyers details solicitors practicing within the areas of employment, industrial relations and workplace safety matters in the South Australian legal market whose practice has strong employee/applicant/trade union representation focus and who have been identified by the state’s employment law solicitors for their expertise and abilities in these areas.
Director and Native Title expert, Richard Bradshaw, has again been recognized by Doyle’s Guide as a leader in the field of law with respect to Native Title (Traditional Owner Representation). Congratulations Richard, this is an accolade reflective of your passion and dedication.
The 2018 listing of leading Australian Native Title Law Firms (Traditional Owner Representation) details firms practicing within the areas of native title and cultural heritage matters matters in Australian legal market who have been identified by their peers for their expertise and abilities representing traditional owners and traditional owner bodies. Some firms may act for both project proponents and traditional owners.
Johnston Withers is a mid-sized South Australian law firm with a social conscience. We have been serving our Adelaide and regional SA clients for nearly 70 years.
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