Adam is a Lecturer in Law at Nottingham Law School. He teaches on the Tort, International, European and Comparative Law and Medical Law modules.
He can be found in Room 4801 of the Chaucer Building. His drop-in hours are 10:00 - 12:00 on Thursdays (other times are available on request).
Prior to joining Nottingham Law School, Adam completed a Ph.D at the University of Leeds funded by the White Rose College of the Arts and Humanities. He has previously taught at the University of Leeds and the University of Bradford.
He also holds an LL.B from Queen's University Belfast and an LL.M from Trinity College Dublin.
Adam's research interests focus on intellectual property and regulation, in particular in relation to health. His Ph.D focused on the globalisation of intellectual property rights in clinical test data submitted to governments in order to approve pharmaceutical products.