Adam was born in Southern California, the son of Polish immigrants. “My parents sacrificed tremendously to build the American dream. They taught me the importance of hard work, perseverance and helping others.”
After his family moved to Arizona, Adam finished his elementary school education in Phoenix and attended high school at Brophy College Preparatory.
He then attended Arizona State University, where he graduated summa cum laude in three years with a Bachelor of Science in Economics. While attending college, he worked part-time and was involved in university activities.
It was during college that Adam decided to go to law school. “It dawned on me what a huge role the law plays in our lives. Buying a house, driving a car, paying taxes…so much of we do in life is influenced by laws or has potential legal implications.
Since the law has such a significant impact on our society, I thought that if I could understand it better, I could help make a positive difference in people’s lives.”
Adam’s motivation was reinforced by his involvement in a mock trial program, and his service in the ASU Student Senate as an elected Senator from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
After law school, Adam went to work at Gallagher and Kennedy, one of the largest and most prestigious law firms in Phoenix. He was subsequently voted to be a partner at the law firm.
At Gallagher and Kennedy, Adam worked in a variety of areas, including business transactions, real estate and commercial and injury litigation.
As time went on, he focused his practice on litigation, and he helped grow the firm’s plaintiff’s personal injury practice.
Adam is currently the managing attorney at Studnicki Law Firm. He focuses his practice on business (including real estate) transactions and personal injury cases.
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