Adam works hard to ensure clients receive high quality legal representation and access to justice.

Adam was admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland and the High Court of Australia in 2016 and has worked primarily in criminal law since 2017. He holds a Bachelor of Laws with Honours and a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice. 

Adam acts on behalf of clients in the Magistrates Court, District Court, Supreme Court and Court of Appeal, covering a range of offences from drink driving and burglary to drug trafficking and murder. He has experience advising clients in relation to complex legal proceedings, including applications brought by the Attorney-General pursuant to the Dangerous Prisoner (Sexual Offenders) Act 2003, hearings before the Queensland Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) and the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC), and matters pursuant to the Domestic and Family Violence Protection Act 2012.

Adam also has experience providing advice on parole and prison issues. In 2020 during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, he worked with the Prisoners’ Legal Service (PLS) as part of the organisation's specialised COVID-19 Parole Project. Adam provided advice to and acted on behalf of specifically vulnerable prisoners in relation to matters concerning the Corrective Services Act 2005, Judicial Review Act 1991 and Human Rights Act 2019, assisting clients with their applications for both standard parole and exceptional circumstances parole.

Adam previously worked for the Queensland Department of Justice and Attorney-General in the Strategic Policy and Legal Service. In this role he assisted with the provision of advice to the Attorney-General and Minister for Justice on matters concerning criminal law and the criminal justice system. During this time, he worked on projects involving police powers, organised crime, dangerous drugs, witness protection and assisted with the implementation of government responses to coronial inquest recommendations. This unique experience has given Adam a distinctive perspective, having been directly involved in the law-making process as well as courtroom law practice.

Adam provides volunteer legal advice to the Prisoner’s Legal Service, LGBTI Legal Service and Caxton Legal Centre. He is an active member of the legal community, having previously contributed on the Queensland Law Society Early Career Lawyers Committee and Human Rights Committee. Adam also represented the Queensland Law Society nationally on the Law Council of Australia’s Young Lawyers Committee.


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Bachelor of Laws (Honours)

Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice 

Professional Memberships




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