Adam is regularly commended for his forthright approach, his ability to quickly grasp complex issues and his capacity to build rapport with his clients and opponents alike.
Adam is pleased to accept instructions in all of Chambers’ practice areas. He maintains a busy family practice, spanning private and public children, injunctions and financial remedies. He has developed a varied civil practice, regularly appearing in road traffic accident, contract and possession hearings. He also acts on behalf of those seeking Closure and Domestic Violence Protection Orders, and Orders under the Environmental Protection Act 1990.
A graduate of Trinity College, Dublin, Adam is a Queen Mother Scholar of the Middle Temple. Prior to completing Pupillage, he worked for the Archbishop of Canterbury at Lambeth Palace, assisting with some of his ecclesiastical law responsibilities. He maintains an interest in all things ecclesiastical, and having grown up on a farm in rural Ireland, he enjoys everything rural East Anglia has to offer.
From October 2022, Adam is on part-time secondment to the Legal Office of the National Institutions of the Church of England, based at Church House in Westminster. He will assist with the Office’s work on a range of governance, legislative and disciplinary matters, all within an ecclesiastical context.
During his secondment, he will continue to accept instructions through Chambers.