Areas of Expertise
Adam’s experience of working with a number of Registered Social Landlords and Local Government Departments is coupled with his training as a barrister, enabling Adam to apply his knowledge of civil procedure and the law as a key member of our Construction team.
Prior to Devonshires, Adam worked for his Local Authority as a Housing Officer and Housing Management Officer, where he advised clients who required housing options and/or were homeless, or at risk of homelessness. He has substantial experience of working with a number of Registered Social Landlords and Local Government Departments. He also made applications to court and attended courts with clients on a number of occasions.
Adam contributes to our Construction Law Brief.
Adam was called to the Bar in 2016 achieving an Outstanding grade and the highest mark in the Chancery unit. Prior to this he graduated with First Class Honours and first in his year with an LLB (Hons) Law from the University of Portsmouth.
Adam enjoys all sports and was a keen amateur footballer, however, he has hung up his boots for now. He is also an experienced snowboarder and has spent two winter seasons in France and one in the United States.
Adam has won mooting, advocacy and academic awards whilst at University and was awarded scholarships to study the Bar Professional Training Course at the University of Law, London.
Adam is a member of the Society of Construction Law and the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple.
Adam is assisting on a multi-million pound subsidence matter in London.
Adam is assisting on a dispute regarding the payment of third party professional fees.