Adam Stencel

Legal Counsel - Workplace & Commercial

Adam is a dedicated workplace and commercial lawyer with extensive experience in employment law, civil litigation, and commercial law. His passion for people and culture, combined with his strong leadership and management skills, sets him apart.

Adam has worked across various employment sectors, including construction, retail, telecommunications, defence, manufacturing, security/emergency management, and online sports gambling.

Adam provides practical, straightforward advice in workplace health and safety law, employment law, and commercial law, ensuring his clients fully understand their rights and options. He is committed to delivering effective and efficient legal solutions tailored to each client’s unique needs.

“I take great pleasure in working with clients on employment, safety, and commercial law matters from start to finish. I enjoy asking questions and gathering information to ensure I fully understand my clients and their needs. This understanding allows me to develop well-informed strategies and advocate effectively in courts and tribunals. My goal is always to resolve matters in the most efficient and cost-effective manner.”

Prior to joining Source, Adam was a lawyer at Bowden McCormack Lawyers & Advisers.

 

Expertise

Adam has experience advising on all aspects of Workplace & Commercial Law, with a focus on:

  • Employment law
  • Workplace health and safety law
  • Commercial law

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of International Relations – University of South Australia
  • Bachelor of Laws – Charles Darwin University
  • Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice – College of Law

 

Get to know Adam

Adam enjoys spending time with his young family. Adam’s hobbies are watching AFL and the UFC, and reading about International Affairs, Finance, and Economics.

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