Adam practises in civil, corporate, and commercial law, and regulatory crime (securities, corporate, trade practices, environmental).
With a career that spans 30 years, Adam has a wealth of knowledge and experience. In 1996, he joined Chapman Tripp’s litigation department as a partner, where he worked for 18 years on a broad range of cases, and on corporate and commercial advisory matters.
During this time, Adam was recognised by Chambers & Partners as a "Band 1" lawyer in litigation, dispute resolution and insurance. Other notable awards include the Cleary Memorial Prize, and Fulbright, Rotary and Spencer Mason Scholarships.
Adam commenced practice as a barrister sole at Shortland Chambers in March 2015. Since then he has enjoyed a diverse civil and commercial law practice. He’s been retained by instructing law firms and in-house corporate lawyers from around the country and appeared regularly in first instance and appellate courts.
BA.LLB (Hons) (Auck) (1989)
LLM (U.Va) (1992)
Year Admitted: 1989
Barrister Sole: 2015