One of Adelaide's oldest and experienced specialist criminal lawyer firms, Mangan Ey & Associates  was formed in 1982 when current Managing Partner Stephen Ey amalgamated with John Mangan, now deceased, and Julie Bishop (former Managing Partner of Robinson Cocks Western Australia, and current Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs).

Based conveniently on Halifax Street in Adelaide we serve all courts throughout Adelaide and regional South Australia as well as interstate. Mangan Ey specialise solely as criminal and traffic lawyers so as to provide the best possible service to our clients from start to finish.

Our firm is highly regarded by the Judiciary, fellow members of the profession including the Office of the Director for Public Prosecutions and Police Prosecution, for our ethical but dogged determination to achieve the desired result for the many and varied clients we act for. Renowned for our no nonsense approach we provide sound, robust and expert legal representation whether for trial, guilty pleas and/or appeals against sentence or conviction.

Having us represent you ensures you the best result possible, often including withdrawal or downgrading of the charges.

Mangan Ey & Associates have successfully acted in numerous high profile murder and drug cases as well as representing high profile elite sportsmen and prominent members of the community.

As Managing partner, Stephen Ey maintains a close interest in all matters being conducted by other members of his talented team to ensure the service the team provides is up to the proven high standards of Mangan Ey. With solid relationships and networks with other leading criminal barristers both here and interstate we are able to utilise resources and where necessary, in complex matters, put a team together to ensure that our clients get the expertise and service they need. We will leave no stone unturned to ensure the best result possible.

Mangan Ey & Associates now proudly sponsors the University of South Australia's Criminal Law Prize and are committed to developing the criminal lawyers of the future.