Adam joined TV Edwards in 2011 as a paralegal and qualified as a solicitor in 2014. Adam achieved a first class degree in law at Sheffield Hallam University and went on to study the LPC. Adam won several mooting competitions during his studies.
Adam completed his police station accreditation in record time. He is an experienced representative in the police station and regularly represents clients at the Magistrates Court. Adam confidently and fearlessly represents clients accused of a wide range of offences. Adam has excellent knowledge of the law and the codes of PACE and he puts this to good use when at the police station. He can also confidently advise clients regarding the giving of samples, allowing police to have keys to their home or car and so on.
Adam is not afraid to challenge the decisions of the police. He will make representations against applications to extend custody time limits and against decisions to refuse clients bail from the police station.
Adam prepares cases for trial thoroughly and methodically. He is a tenacious and persuasive advocate and works hard in order to advance his client’s interests. He completed his duty solicitor accreditation in record time. Adam has excellent client care skills and clients are able to give him detailed instructions about their case.
Adam represents clients in relation to a wide range of offences including serious assaults, fraud, robbery, serious sexual offences and murder.
Accredited Police Station representative, CLAS Duty Solicitor
TV Edwards employee of the year 2012.
Adam represented a defendant charged with historical sexual offences who was acquitted after trial.
Hard working, committed and well liked by all.