A lifelong resident of Oxford, Alabama, and an Oxford High School alumnus, Adam graduated magna cum laude from the University of Alabama while majoring in Economics and Political Science. He earned his law degree from the University of Alabama School of Law, where he was a Presidential Scholar. While there, he practiced in the Elder Law Clinic, providing an array of free legal services to the elderly community, and clerked for both the District Attorney and Family Court of Calhoun and Cleburne Counties.
Adam is a Deputy Attorney General representing the State of Alabama in child support enforcement, and also serves as the Prosecutor for the City of Oxford. He serves on the Alabama Commission on Alternative Dispute Resolution, as well as the Boards of Directors of the Interfaith Center of Concern, the Oxford Education Foundation, and the Historic Main Street Oxford Foundation. He is a member of the Oxford Quarterback Club and the Oxford Kiwanis Club, and attends Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church in Golden Springs.