Adam S. Trombly

Trial Attorney


Adam S. Trombly joins the office after serving as an Assistant State’s Attorney in Prince George’s County, Maryland for nearly eight years. As a prosecutor, Adam worked in multiple capacities, and was last assigned to the Strategic Investigations Unit, handling cases against gangs and violent repeat offenders. He prosecuted homicides, armed carjackings, armed robberies, and other serious crimes. As an Assistant State’s Attorney, Adam was the lead attorney in over 20 jury trials in the Prince George’s County Circuit Court, and argued approximately 70 bench trials in Prince George’s County District Court.

A member of both the Trial Lawyers Association for the DC Metropolitan Area, as well as the American Association for Justice, Adam now draws upon his significant trial experience in representing seriously injured clients and their families. Prior to serving as a prosecutor, Adam clerked for the Honorable Judith Bartnoff of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia.

Adam is a 2014 graduate of the Washington University School of Law in St. Louis. At WashU, Adam was a staff editor of the law school’s Journal of Law and Policy, and the recipient of both a three-year “Scholar in Law” academic scholarship, as well as the Dagen-Legomsky International Public Interest Fellowship, which enabled Adam to spend the summer of 2013 as a full-time intern in The Hague, Netherlands, as part of the prosecution team in the case against Radovan Karadzic in the International Criminal Court for the Former Yugoslavia. Adam earned his undergraduate degree in Political Science at the University of Michigan.

A member of both the Maryland and D.C. Bars, Adam lives with his wife and daughter in the District.

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