Adam has a passion for representing the vulnerable, and has spent the last several years getting involved with initiatives to address issues of mental capacity, accessibility, and end-of-life care. He is a strong advocate for individuals who find themselves confronted with illness, financial concerns, or the death of a loved one, and is committed to helping clients—at every stage of life—through what can often be complex and emotionally draining legal disputes.
Prior to joining Casey & Moss, Adam worked as a summer student at a full-service national law firm. He then summered and articled with the Office of the Children’s Lawyer, working on a wide range of cases in the areas of estates, trusts, and family law. While at the OCL, Adam participated in mediations, trials, and appeals, attended motions at the Superior Court of Justice, and appeared on behalf of clients before the Ontario Court of Justice and the Small Claims Court.
Adam has also previously worked for the Law Commission of Ontario, where he completed research on various topics related to the Law Commission’s project, Improving the Last Stages of Life. During his time at law school, Adam was awarded the Honourable James Kreppner Health Law Internship, for which he helped write a book chapter on end-of-life care, capacity issues, and informed consent.
When he’s not practicing the law, Adam enjoys playing soccer, listening to podcasts, and exploring medieval towns across Europe.
He also sings tenor in a local Toronto choir.
Hon. B.A. (High Distinction), University of Toronto (2013)
M.A., University of Toronto (2014)
J.D., Osgoode Hall Law School, York University (2017)
Called to the Ontario Bar (2018)
Ontario Bar Association, Trusts and Estates section; Elder Law section
Canadian Bar Association
Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History