Partner, Deighton Pierce Glynn (Solicitors)
Adam is recognised as one of the leading human rights and public law practitioners in the country.
His areas of expertise include using human rights arguments to help individuals hold the state to account. He has acted in a number of national security related cases, and for victims of torture abroad, including taking action against the UK government for complicity in torture overseas. Adam helped to found Cardiff Law and Global Justice Pro-Bono Law Clinic. He and his colleagues at Deighton Pierce Glynn work closely with centre members and students on cross-border human rights cases
See Adam's Deighton Pierce Glynn page.