Adam Brower, a named Indiana Super Lawyer, is an experienced litigator having worked as a deputy prosecutor for Marion County, Indiana. He has tried over 150 criminal cases to completion ranging from simple misdemeanors to complex felonies. During his tenure, Adam spent time prosecuting misdemeanors, concentrating in a specialized litigation unit focused on OVWI/DUI prosecution, and prosecuting felonies. As a criminal defense attorney Adam represents clients with all levels of crimes, including minor crimes, to sex crimes, to drug crimes, to murder. Areas of practice: Professional Credentials: Indiana School of Law – Indianapolis Dean’s List two semesters Top 23% of Graduating Class (71/298) Student Note Editor & Member, International & Comparative Law Review Henry Blackwell Award for Best Student Note in Law Review, Spring 2007 Order of Barristers for Outstanding Moot Court Performance, Fall 2005 Intramural Moot Court Competition Judge (2 Years) Coach – National Health Law Moot Court Competition (2007) Advocate – New York City Bar Association National Moot Court Competition (2006) New Faculty Advisory Board Interview Committee Dean’s Tutorial Society Member (2 Years) Legal Writing Tutor (2 years) B.S., Purdue University, 2003 (Graduated Summa Cum Laude and with Honors) Dean’s List and Semester Honors (Every Semester) Academic/Faculty Tutor (Two Semesters) Rotary Scholarship Recipient Megan Beatty Scholarship Recipient National Society of Collegiate Scholars Lifetime Academic Achievement Award Winner Theta Chi Fraternity Phi Kappa Phi Academic Fraternity Key Club Member Publications: Rethinking NAFTA’s NAALC Provision: The Effectiveness of its Dispute Resolution System on the Protection of Mexican Migrant Workers in the United States. Vol. 18.1, Indiana International & Comparative Law Review, (2008).