Adam Shareef concentrates his litigation practice primarily in the area of civil liability, representing clients in matters such as accident/injury/ tort claims and property loss matters. Prior to joining C&H Adam worked as a civil defense attorney handling tort, trucking, and various other civil matters. In addition, Adam served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Michele Hotten of the Maryland Court of Appeals. During that time, he honed his legal research and writing skills, in addition to learning the internal processes of appellate litigation. Adam also has experience working on cases involving toxic torts, asbestos defense, and personal injury.
During law school, Adam served as the president of the University of Baltimore Moot Court program, vice president of the Black Law Students Association, and was a founding member of the student chapter of the National Lawyers Guild. These involvements helped impress the value of hard work and dedication and the importance of service to the community at large. Adam also participated in the University of Baltimore School of Law, Pretrial Justice Clinic, where he combated issues relating to pretrial incarceration and competed in the Frederick Douglas Moot Court Competition where he was awarded Best Oral Advocate during the regional competition, and placed second overall in the national competition. These experiences have allowed him to develop strong advocacy skills that will be invaluable in future practice.
Adam is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association, Monumental Bar Association, and is a Fannie Angelos Scholar. He also currently serves on the National Executive Council of the National Lawyers guild as a co-chair of the United People of Color Coalition, a sub-committee of the National Lawyers Guild. Adam is a resident of Harford County and in his spare time volunteers with various community organizations and enjoys traveling.