“Growing up my family emphasized the importance of service to others and advocacy for the less fortunate. As I matured, I learned that advocacy is truly an exercise of empathy. These lessons have allowed me to become an attorney who zealously advocates for all his clients. I approach the law with a vigorous desire to fight for the rights of my clients and have dedicated my career to ensuring that each client gets the quality representation that they deserve.”
Adam I. Shareef is an associate at Meyers, Rodbell & Rosenbaum. Adam has spent his career primarily fighting for the rights of injured victims throughout the State of Maryland. As a trial attorney Adam has advocated for personal injury victims in medical malpractice, wrongful death, premises liability, workers compensation, civil rights, and various other personal injury matters. Adam has significant experience and has obtained phenomenal results throughout his career in various civil matter matters for his clients.
Adam graduated with honors from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore in 2011, where he earned his degree in criminal justice. Following college, Adam attended the University of Baltimore School of Law, where he graduated in 2017. During law school Adam served in various leadership positions and participated in the Moot Court program, serving as the president. Adam was also awarded the Frederick Douglas Moot Court Competition best oral advocate award. Following law school, Adam served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Michele D. Hotten of the Supreme Court of Maryland. Adam continues to be involved in the community and serves in various mentorship roles within the Fannie Angelos Program for Academic Excellence. Most recently, Adam received the Judge Robert Bell Award for his exceptional commitment to public service and social justice. Outside of the courtroom, Adam enjoys playing basketball and softball, competing in obstacle course races, and spending time with family and friends.