Adam focuses his legal practice on real estate, business transactions, civil litigation and local government law. Before forming Artigliere & Clark, Adam worked in the Anderson office of a large, state wide law firm, where he concentrated his work serving local government clients. During that time, he served as the interim Anderson County Attorney.
Adam was recently recognized by the Anderson Independent Mail as one of the Anderson Area’s emerging leaders as a recipient of the 20 Under 40 award. Adam is currently the Vice Chair of the Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce's Board of Regents, a founding Board Member of the Anderson Business and Education Alliance (AlignSC), as well as a member of the Florida Bar, the South Carolina Bar, and the ABA.
Adam graduated from Hampden-Sydney College in 1995, where he majored in History. Prior to his career as an attorney, Adam managed a tour company in Charleston South Carolina, which performed walking tours of Charleston’s Historic District. During his time in Charleston, Adam developed a unique perspective on business, management and marketing that has served him well during his career as an attorney.
Adam received a juris doctor degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Florida, Levin College of Law in 2006. While at the University of Florida, Adam served as the Chair of the Honor Committee and was the Executive Articles Editor of the Florida Journal of International Law.