“We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.”
—Preamble, United States Constitution
Over 25 years ago, I was inspired to study the law because I loved the ideals embodied in our Constitution. Over time, I have seen how the practice of law can serve and broaden those ideals, how robust legal advocacy for each client promotes Justice and respect for the law as a force for good in our communities. The joy of practicing law comes from meaningful work that inches us closer to a fair and just society.
The foundation of our democracy is that We, the People, ordain and establish the rule of law that governs our vast and diverse nation. To secure the Blessings of Liberty, we the People agree upon our laws and must have faith in the institutions that enforce them. Americans rejected monarchy in favor of the rule of law, declaring no man is above the law. Nor is any person below the law and its protections. To form a more perfect Union, we conceived a nation where the law is the great equalizer, protecting and vindicating with equal vigor the powerful and the powerless.
Established by our Constitution, the rule of law today is meant to safeguard fairness for all; every person stands as an equal under the law.
Every client deserves fair treatment under the law, and vigorous advocacy is how to achieve it. Whether an individual or an organization, each client deserves to be heard, understood, and valued for their contributions to our community. My greatest motivation is to secure these rights for my clients.
While practicing law with a large, highly respected law firm, I had the privilege of representing health systems and other healthcare organizations in a range of significant legal matters, including federal fraud investigations and sensitive compliance counseling. After eleven years with big law, I realized I could better serve my clients’ needs with a small, personalized platform offering the same high-quality legal services and a secure operating environment, but with fewer conflicts of interest, less bureaucracy, and lower overhead costs.
Starting a small law firm also offered me an opportunity to return to my roots in representing whistleblowers and American taxpayers. Known as qui tam relators, whistleblowers report fraud perpetrated on Medicare, Medicaid, and other federal and state government agencies. I am inspired and awed by whistleblowers with the courage to speak up, to rock the boat, and to disrupt the status quo when they see egregious wrongdoing. Whistleblowers who act in the interests of the public good are truly American heroes, for they fight to maintain the rule of law, often at great personal cost.
Having practiced law for over 20 years in many settings – as a big firm lawyer, a healthcare specialist, a prosecutor, a whistleblower lawyer, and a pro bono attorney – my small firm offers a unique, comprehensive perspective on the law and legal dynamics for the benefit of both individual and organizational clients.
Most important, Adam Law is committed to the values of exceptional advocacy, integrity, and superior client service.