Adam called to the Bar in 2020 after 3 years in practice as a solicitor.
His main areas of practice are Personal Injury, Clinical Negligence, Crime, Mental Health Law and Professional Discipline.
Adam has worked on clinical negligence and personal injury cases for both pursuers and defenders.
As a solicitor, Adam developed a range of criminal experience in the sheriff and high courts in mainstream crime. Adam has conducted both summary and sheriff and jury trials as well as regulatory and proceeds of crime cases. Adam also has experience appearing in children’s referral proceedings and appeals.
Many of the cases in which Adam has acted have involved representing vulnerable persons. Adam has regularly appeared before the Mental Health Tribunal for Scotland, and has a specialist interest in cases involving mental health issues.
Adam is also appointed as an ad-hoc reporter to the Law Society of Scotland’s Professional Conduct Sub-Committee.