Adrian Ward’s vast experience studying biology has translated seamlessly into his defense of healthcare professionals and institutions, giving him a uniquely informed approach that allows him to effectively advocate for each of his clients.
He passionately advocates on her client’s behalf, expertly balancing being personable, approachable and persuasive. Adrian meshes knowledge gained from studying microcell biology and psychology in college with a background in technology and cyber security and years of varied legal experience to develop a perspective tailored to the client, the research, the experts, and overall defense of each case.
As a second career law student, Adrian draws on a diverse array of professional experiences. Some of his most notable include interning for the New York City Council drafting laws, volunteering as an immigration case worker with the International Rescue Committee, analyzing administrative law in anticipation of Brexit for the Departmental Solicitor’s Office in Northern Ireland, and operational management for a coffee boutique positioning itself for global expansion.
While in law school Adrian was a teaching assistant in torts and constitutional law for Professor Jed Shugerman, worked in the Legislative and Policy Advocacy Clinic, competed in four trial competitions with the Brendan Moore Trial Advocacy Center, and collaboratively published an article examining the judiciary’s evolving philosophy of emotional management in a noteworthy Argentinian criminal law review.
Fordham University School of Law, J.D., 2021
University of California, Berkeley, B.A., 2012
- New York, admission pending