Adam is developing a broad practice across all areas of commercial law, including insurance and reinsurance, shipping and shipbuilding, international arbitration, commodities, jurisdiction and conflict of laws, civil fraud, energy and natural resources, professional negligence and aviation. Adam accepts instructions in all of 7KBW’s practice areas.
Prior to joining Chambers, Adam qualified as a solicitor at Slaughter and May where he experienced a wide range of corporate and commercial work involving a number of FTSE 100 companies and other businesses. As a result of this experience Adam is used to working in teams and understands the needs of instructing solicitors and clients. Adam was also previously the judicial assistant to the President of the Queen’s Bench Division at the Court of Appeal where he experienced a wide range of appellate work and was involved in several high-profile cases. Adam studied law at St John’s College Cambridge, graduating within the top ten of his year with a double first and 11 academic prizes.
Judicial Assistant to the President of the Queen’s Bench Division, Court of Appeal (2019-2020)
Training Contract, Slaughter and May (2017-2019), qualified solicitor (2019)
Legal Practice Course, BPP London (2017): Distinction
BA Law, St John’s College Cambridge (2016): Double First, 11 academic prizes and top ten result in final year cohort