Adam has been a partner at Smith Bovill, P.C. since 2020. Prior to joining Smith Bovill, Adam graduated from Michigan State University College of Law in 2015. During his time in law school, Adam served as a judicial-clerkship intern with Hon. David W. McKeague of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Adam also successfully completed a trial-skills course taught by the then-Chief Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court, Hon. Robert P. Young, Jr. Upon graduating from law school and passing the bar exam on his first attempt, Adam began serving as the Judicial Law Clerk to Chief Judge Fred L. Borchard of the Saginaw County Circuit Court. Following Judge Borchard’s retirement, Adam served as the Judicial Law Clerk to Judge Andre R. Borrello. Following his clerkships, in May 2017, Adam joined Smith Bovill. In 2020 Adam was elected to the Board of the Saginaw County Bar Association. At Smith Bovill, Adam’s practice focuses on municipal representation and litigation, probate litigation, and general civil litigation including personal injury and professional liability.