Adam is an associate in the Family Law Group at Torkin Manes. His practice encompasses all aspects of family law, with particular focus on complex property, income and support issues. Adam prides himself on engaging deeply with his clients in order to fully understand their unique personal, family, business and financial situations, strategically advance their interests through negotiation, litigation and alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, and structure client-centered solutions that best serve them in all aspects of their lives.
Adam teaches negotiation at Osgoode Hall Law School and trial advocacy at Ryerson University’s Law Practice Program. At Osgoode, he also mentors law students who have aspirations in family law, and at Ryerson, he also assesses lawyer licensing candidates in litigation skills and other competencies. Adam has also co-chaired multiple legal education programs for lawyers on oral advocacy and expert evidence at the Ontario Bar Association.
Prior to joining Torkin Manes, Adam practised family law with several other prominent Toronto law firms. In his personal time, he maintains a strong interest in classical music and opera, and has conducted orchestras in Canada, France and the Czech Republic.