Adam is a practising barrister specialising in human rights, public law and medical law at 1 Crown Office Row chambers. He is recommended as a leading junior in the Legal 500.
He is a founding editor of the UK Human Rights Blog, which aims to provide a balanced and non-ideological perspective on human rights law for members of the public and lawyers. He also writes regularly for guardian.co.uk and Legal Week.
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- Analysis: Woolas loses election court challenge, court clarifies constitutional role
- End of the age of terrorism for human rights campaigners
- There should be more QC on our TV
- Failure to deport Philip Lawrence killer was not about human rights
- Court of appeal rejects prisoner vote plea, government announces plans
- Legal aid cuts: Do we spend more on legal aid than other countries?
- Faith courts would do more harm than good
- Do foreign policy and human rights mix?
- Failed Binyam Mohamed privacy case highlights open justice trend