Adrian graduated from the University of Florida Honor's Program, magna cum laude in 2005. During law school, Adrian served as Articles Editor of the Florida State University Law Review and was a member of the Journal of Land Use & Environmental Law where he was twice recognized as "Outstanding Subciter." In addition, Adrian received two book awards for his performance in the Anti-Terrorism Seminar and Florida Criminal Practice. During law school he volunteered his summers with Jacksonville Area Legal Aid helping low income families with a wide variety of legal issues.
Upon graduation, Adrian served as an Assistant Public Defender in the First Judicial Circuit where he gained trial experience representing indigent citizens accused of violating Florida Law before joining Michles & Booth in 2009. Adrian currently represents clients in Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice cases in both State and Federal courts.
Florida State University College of Law, Tallahassee, Florida, 2008 J.D., cum laude Articles Editor, Florida State University Law Review, 2007-2008 Member, Journal of Land Use & Environmental Law Book Award, Anti-Terrorism Seminar Book Award, Florida Criminal Practice University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 2005 Honor's ProgramB.A., magna cum laudeMajor: HistoryMinor: Classical Studies
Escambia/Santa Rosa Bar Association Florida Justice Association
Volunteer, Jacksonville Area Legal Aid 2007-2009
Past Employment Positions
Office of the Public Defender, 1st Judicial Circuit