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Workplace law for your business

Professional, practical and cost efficient legal solutions for business, not for profit and senior executive employees.


Bradbrook Lawyers for smarter business strategies

We’re a boutique, highly specialised Adelaide-based law firm. And that’s just the way we like it.
We represent local and national clients in all aspects of workplace law, including:

  • Workplace relations
  • Employment
  • Workplace health and safety
  • Workers compensation
  • Equal opportunity and discrimination
  • Dispute resolution
  • Risk management
  • Insurance and indemnity disputes
  • Town agent for interstate firms

Led by Jodie Bradbrook, we’ve worked with some of the most recognisable names across a vast range of industries.
Our experience is extensive. We’re proud of how well we know our clients’ businesses, and we’ll take the time to understand yours.

Our Vision

Bradbrook Lawyers’ vision is to ensure the way we interact with our clients is second to none. We partner with our clients and get to know their business so that we can ensure they receive value for the services we provide. Our goal is to be recognised by our clients as lawyers who provide excellent legal advice and value for money.

We are committed to achieving our vision and recognise we need to work hard to meet our clients’ expectations. We value your feedback. We know that the key to success is the ability to grow and always be open to change. We promise to deliver exceptional legal services tailored to the needs of our clients.

Here’s what you can expect from us:

Exceptional communication

We’ll keep you in the loop at every stage of your legal issue.

Understanding your business

Because if it’s important to you, it’s important to us.

Working in partnership with you

So that you receive the service that’s right for your business.

Setting the bar high

Meeting your expectations is good, but exceeding them is even better. That’s where we’re aiming.

Change and growth

Change is an excellent strategy for growth, and it helps us focus on your goals.

The bottom line?

Brilliant legal services tailored for you. No legal jargon. Just great advice, when you need it.

About Jodie Bradbrook

If we were into clichés, we’d say that firm principal Jodie Bradbrook is a plain-talking, sharp-shooting, pull-no-punches kind of lawyer. But instead, we’ll just say that she’ll tell you how it iswhether you like it or not.

She’s frank and fearless. That’s what her clients are paying for and that’s exactly why they’re her biggest fans. With years of specialised experience in workplace law and a clientele spanning most industries, Jodie has cemented her reputation as one of South Australia’s finest workplace lawyers.

Latest News from Bradbrook Lawyers

I’m delighted to be named in Doyle’s Guide once again.

Why does it matter?

Because it’s based on peer reviews, client feedback and the opinions of industry bodies. In legal practice, few things are more important than recognition from such groups, so making it into Doyle’s Guide really is an accomplishment. But for eight years in a row? That’s a lifetime achievement.

For 2024, we’ve been recognised in five South Australian categories:

  • Leading Employment Lawyers (Employer Representation)
  • Leading Workplace Health and Safety Lawyers
  • Leading Employment Law Firms (Employee & Union Representation)
  • Leading Employment Law Firms (Employer Representation)
  • Leading Workplace Health & Safety Law Firms

Thank you to all my clients and colleagues for their support – it means the world to me.

Work Health and Safety Act 2012 (SA) Industrial Manslaughter Amendments – as at 5 February 2024

 Your Culpability 

Currently, Category 1 of the WHS Act sets out the fines and penalties that can be imposed if you are reckless in relation to a health and safety duty. Previously, you just had to be reckless to a risk to death or serious injury.

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Industrial Manslaughter Laws

The SA government has passed amendments to the WHS Act which now impose a maximum of 20 years imprisonment and an $18M file for companies if they are reckless or grossly negligent in their conduct which breaches a work health and safety duty and results in the death of another person. These laws will commence on 1 July 2024.

Link: SafeWorkSA

practice areas

Workplace relations


Workplace health and safety

Workers compensation

Equal opportunity & discrimination

Dispute resolution

Risk management

Insurance and indemnity disputes

Town agent for interstate firms

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