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Barrister - Adam Booker


Education

BA – University of Wollongong
LLB – University of Wollongong
Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice – University of Wollongong
LLM (Research) (High Honours) – University of California, Berkeley
PhD (progress) – University of Technology, Sydney 

Scholarships and Fellowships

Quentin Bryce Scholar – University of Technology, Sydney 
Quentin Bryce Teaching Fellow - University of Technology, Sydney  
Coblentz Fellow - University of California, Berkeley
Social Justice and Jurisprudence Scholar - University of California, Berkeley
John Hennessy Scholar – NSW Law Society
TressCox Scholar – University of Wollongong

Date of Admission

Admitted as a lawyer: 2011
Called to the bar: 2017

Areas of Practice

  • Criminal Law
  • Various Advice Work
  • Crime Commissions
  • Appellate Matters
  • Administrative Law
  • Coronial Inquests
  • Supreme Court Bail Applications
  • Parole Board

Summary

Adam is an experienced Criminal Lawyer with extensive advocacy experience across the Local, District and Supreme Court jurisdictions. He has worked for both the Aboriginal Legal Service as well as the Department of Public Prosecutions, appearing in a wide range of complex matters as both a defence lawyer and prosecutor. Adam is also currently completing his doctorate focusing on contemporary issues in criminal law, which he combines with various teaching positions at a number of universities in NSW.

Contact Details


Address:         Level 64,
                        MLC Centre
                        19 Martin Place 
                        (Cnr of King and Castlereagh Streets)
                        Sydney NSW 2000
                        DX 343 Sydney

Telephone:     02 8076 6643
Fax:                 02 8076 6622 
Email:             adambooker@sirowendixon.com.au

If you have any enquiries concerning Adam Booker’s availability please contact the Clerk, Ian Irvine




 
 
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