Amanda J. Adam
Amanda J. Adam is an associate in the corporate department and member of the firm’s investment management group.
Amanda earned her law degree from Suffolk University Law School, summa cum laude, where she was an Environmental and Energy Law research assistant for Professor Steven Ferrey. During law school, Amanda studied Investment Management and interned with the legal department of a private, fixed income management firm in Boston.
Before joining Ropes & Gray, Amanda was a summer judicial clerk for Hon. Dennis J. Curran, an Associate Justice of the Massachusetts Superior Court. In her pro bono work, Amanda has represented low-income debtors in their civil debt collection lawsuits with the Volunteer Lawyer’s Project Fair Debt Collection Clinic.