Adam commenced pupillage in October 2020. He studied history at the University of Sheffield, graduating at the top of his year, after which he worked in social policy and the charity sector. Adam then completed the GDL and BPTC at the University of Law.
During his legal studies he worked in civil liberties at Hodge, Jones and Allen LLP, in addition to volunteering with Liberty. Adam also represented numerous individuals pro bono at the First-tier (social security) Tribunal with the FRU, Z2K, and latterly as a legal advisor at the UCL Centre for Access to Justice. He also chaired the RebLaw conference 2017-18, then the largest student-led conference dedicated to public interest law.
After completing his legal studies Adam volunteered with a refugee charity in Athens. Prior to starting pupillage Adam was awarded a grant to undertake an Amicus placement with the Capital Post-Conviction Project of Louisiana, assisting attorneys in New Orleans working on capital appeals.
He has an interest in all of Chambers’ core practice areas.
BA History, University of Sheffield (First Class) (Graduated 1/156)
MA Medieval History, University of Sheffield (Distinction)
GDL, University of Law (Distinction)
BPTC, University of Law (Very Competent)
Matrix Amicus Bursary
BPTC Civil Advocacy Award, University of Law
Keating Chambers Commercial Moot, 1st place, University of Law
Inner Temple Exhibition Award
Law First Scholarship, University of Law
David Luscombe Prize for Medieval History, University of Sheffield
Young Legal Aid Lawyers, Executive Committee