Adam in His Own Words

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“Your knowledge and guidance on several hot button topics was spot on. We appreciate your insight and I wanted to reaffirm what a pleasure it was to work with you."

Adam is an associate in the Community Association Group. He helps cooperative, condominium, and homeowners associations navigate a variety of legal, financial and commercial issues. Whether attending board meetings and offering common sense solutions to governance challenges; reviewing, negotiating and modifying various agreements; or advising his association clients on enforcement of governing documents, Adam is a pragmatic, trusted advisor with a patient and fair approach to problem-solving.

Prior to joining Levenfeld Pearlstein, Adam worked at a New York boutique real estate firm where he offered practical, comprehensive legal advice to community associations. Treating each of his clients as unique, Adam takes a holistic approach to advising community associations. He focuses his practice onreviewing, negotiating and modifying governing documents, lease agreements, policy documents and commercial contracts. Adam’s clients usually request his attendance at monthly board meetings, where his level head and industry acumen prove instrumental in effective policy-making and business planning.

Adam was presented with the Minister Gloria Jean Fowler Angel Award in his final year at Emory University School of Law, which recognizes one student who embodies the kindness and grace of former Emory employee Gloria Jean Fowler.

Emory University School of Law, J.D.
University of Wisconsin-Madison, B.A.
Bar Admissions
New York
Chicago Bar Association - Subcommittee on Condominiums
Illinois State Bar Association
Community Associations Institute
Emory Law Minister Gloria Jean Fowler Angel Award (2014)


What’s your favorite vacation spot?
Without a doubt – New Orleans – amazing food, music, and art scene. The museums and people watching are also top notch.
What was your very first job?
My very first job was as a day camp counselor in my hometown in the Northern suburbs of Chicago. Getting paid to sit out in the sun and play dodgeball was a wonderful way to spend the summer.
What’s your favorite book?
The Secret History by Donna Tart. It has everything – a unique murder mystery, deeply flawed characters, and a twist ending. I couldn’t put it down.

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