Adina joined Ropes & Gray in May 2005. Prior to joining Ropes, she worked at another firm, where she supervised plaintiff counsel, 50 attorneys and paralegals, who represented over two million class members, at a Class Action Administration Center. Adina also worked as a litigator at DC-37 Municipal Employees Legal Services Plan and for New York State’s Attorney General, where she successfully argued before state and federal appellate courts, including the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (opposing an application for a writ of habeas corpus).
Adina's orientation is in research and dissemination of information to clients. Adina also worked in the field of adult and family learning, managing over $500,000 in grants for adult learning, family education, and professional development. While living in Manhattan, she started an adult learning institute and taught adult education classes at the 92nd Street Y.