January 2014: Adam Wolfe ‘03

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Adam Wolfe ‘03 opened his own law office in Princeton in December and was appointed to the Concord University Alumni Association, Inc. Executive Council in October. After Concord, Adam graduated from the Appalachian School of Law where he was an Editor on two Law review journals including the Appalachian Natural Resources Law Journal and the Energy Mineral Law Foundation's Journal. He was inducted into the Phi Delta Phi Honor Society his first year of law school, and took classes that emphasized litigation and appellate brief writing. He practiced in the school's Family Law Clinic as a student attorney and actually made several appearances in court on behalf of his clients. He worked in the Cabell County (WV) Public Defender's office as an intern and the Buchanan County (VA) Commonwealth Attorney's Office. He also worked in Richmond, VA for UnitedLex and Hire Counsel doing litigation defense work as an attorney before moving back to Princeton to open his office. He has a general practice in Princeton with his main focus being litigation. Adam also recently ran the Marine Corps Marathon in Arlington, VA. When asked why he wanted to get involved with the Alumni Association Adam stated, “I got involved with the Executive Council because I wanted to give back to my alma mater.”