Adam is a solicitor and is accredited as a Senior Caseworker under the Law Society’s Immigration and
Asylum Law scheme.
He has been working in immigration law since 2015 and advises on all aspects of immigration,
asylum and nationality law including asylum, deportation, entry clearance, family-based applications
(including spouses/partners, parents, children and dependent relatives), applications to work and
study in the UK, appeals to the First-Tier Tribunal and Upper Tribunal, EEA law and citizenship.
Education and Career
Adam graduated with a degree in Journalism from the University of Westminster in 2005 before
forging a successful career in the music industry and as a freelance journalist.
In 2011 he returned to university where he completed a master’s degree in Law at the University of
London before going on to complete the Legal Practice Course (LPC) at the University of Law in 2015.
He completed the LPC whilst also working as a caseworker for the National Centre for Domestic
Violence (NCDV), assisting clients with applications for non-molestation, prohibited steps and
Adam joined Bindmans LLP in 2015, working as an accredited caseworker in the Immigration team
before progressing to become a trainee solicitor. In 2019 he qualified as a solicitor having trained in
Human Rights, Asylum, Immigration and Employment law. Upon qualification Adam worked as a
solicitor for the charity Asylum Aid before moving to Gulbenkian Andonian in July 2019.