Experience trying cases running the gamut from voting rights and constitutional violations to complex commercial liability to landlord/tenant issues enables Adam to represent his clients with confidence and precision. He conducts a diverse practice to aid clients with difficult problems through a wide array of solutions– from a simple telephone call or demand letter to public policy analysis all the way through trials and appeals. Examples of areas in which he has litigated or intervened include:
Adam earned degrees in drama and political science from the Honors College at the University of Georgia, where he served as student body president. He then headed to Columbia University to earn a law degree, graduating as a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, and a master’s of arts in Politics and Education. Adam clerked for several judges at the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.
Adam serves on several boards and committees aimed at improving life in Georgia, including the American Constitution Society Georgia Lawyers Chapter and the UGA Honors College. When not strengthening his practice and serving clients, he spends time with his wife, children, and rescue mutt, and takes in the performing arts, Atlanta soccer, and his beloved Dawgs when the moment arises.