“Pre-eminent common law counsel”
Adam Johnson has more than 40 years of professional experience, being called to the Bar in 1980. He has practiced extensively in the area of common law and has delivered a number of papers at NSW State Legal Conferences and CLE events.
Notably, he acted for the plaintiff in the leading case on the constitutional immunity of State instrumentalities, Peters v Queensland Commissioner for Railways. Adam currently practices in the area of common law with a particular interest in motor vehicle accidents, workplace injuries, medical negligence and public liability matters.