Adam was admitted as a solicitor in 1992, having completed his traineeship at a medium sized city practice in London. A law graduate from the University of Sussex, he spent a number of years lecturing in law. He has a Law Masters in International Criminal Law, and was called to the Bar in 1999 after completing the Bar Vocational Course where he obtained the grade of Very Competent. He entered pupillage in Inner Temple in an exclusively criminal set.
Adam has wide experience in all types of dispute resolution having previously both prosecuted and defended in the criminal courts; he has experience of white-collar crime having worked in a specialist white collar crime practice and as a pupil barrister. In his 25 years of practice, he has gained wide experience in all aspects of property work, including land law and tenant; general litigation; and now spends much of his time advising and representing in family law, which has developed over many years. Adam believes in mastering his brief and leaving no stone unturned in the advice and representation of his clients. Adam is a member of Resolution, which means he is committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes. It also means he follows a Code of Practice that promotes a non-confrontational approach to family problems.
Adam is a keen tennis player and has played his sport competitively throughout his life, and is a member of a local tennis club in Brighton. Outside of tennis, he enjoys horse riding and all things aviation.