In 2022, Adam entered the private sector assisting firms and individuals with trust drafting and administration, and criminal defense matters. In 2016, Adam joined the Kansas Attorney General’s prestigious Criminal Litigation Division as an Assistant Attorney General. During his six-and-a-half years of service, he litigated high-profile and life-sentence cases across the state, ranging from capital murders, to corrupt public officials and financial crimes, to serial sex predators and human traffickers. Before joining the Attorney General’s Office, Adam served nearly five years as an Assistant County Attorney in Leavenworth, Kansas, where he prosecuted DUIs and general felony crimes. Adam’s career in criminal law began during law school with legal internships at the Leavenworth and Shawnee County District Attorney’s Offices.