Adam A. Rowe
Adam is a trial attorney and a partner at the Boston firm of Crowe & Dunn, where he concentrates his practice in the fields of general civil litigation, medical and professional malpractice, high wealth family law, criminal defense, and complex corporate litigation. He is a 1992 graduate of the University of Glasgow, Scotland (Joint English and History, Master of Arts Honours Degree), and earned his law degree from Suffolk University Law School (Magna Cum Laude) in 1996, where he was a member of the Moot Court Honor Board. While at Suffolk University Law School, he was recognized for his trial skills and presented with the Harold B. Goodwin, Jr. Best Trial Advocate Award. He is the author of "Drunk Driving and the Double Jeopardy Clause," Suffolk Journal of Trial & Appellate Advocacy.
Attorney Rowe is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the State of Maine, and Washington, D.C., as well as the United States District Court for the Districts of Massachusetts & Maine, and the First Circuit Court of Appeals. His notable cases include Mason v. Coleman, where he was successful at both the trial court level and before the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts in establishing a new removal standard in child custody cases. Attorney Rowe's typical cases range from representing individuals and corporations involved in sophisticated litigation, to representing parents or spouses embroiled in domestic disputes.
Adam also has an active tort practice. In representing adults and children who have suffered brain damage and other neurological injuries, he has achieved some of the largest settlements in the region.
Originally from the State of Maine, Attorney Rowe now resides in Boston's Back Bay.
Crowe & Dunn, 1995– Present
Suffolk University Law School - Juris Doctor, 1996 |
University of Glasgow, Joint English & History - Masters of Arts Honours, 1992 |
STATE & FEDERAL BAR LICENSES
State of Maine, 1996
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1996
Washington, D.C., 1998
Federal District of Massachusetts
Federal District of Maine
First Circuit Court of Appeals
Super Lawyer, Super Lawyers Magazine, 2016 |
Supper Lawyer, Super Lawyers Magazine, 2015 |
Super Lawyer, Super Lawyers Magazine, 2014 |
Super Lawyer, Boston Super Lawyers, 2013 |
Rising Star, Boston Magazine, 2009 |
Harold B. Goodwin Best Trial Advocate AwardSuffolk University Law School, 1995 |
Member Massachusetts Association of Guardians ad Litem, 2014–present |
Member Boston Bar Association, 1997–present |
Member District of Columbia Bar, 1997–present |
Member Maine State Bar Association, 1996–present |
MemberMassachusetts Bar Association1996–present
Ames v. Town of Wayland, Super Court No. 14-6717
Outcome: Injunction Granted on Case of First Impression
Mason v. Coleman, 447 Mass. 177 (2006)
Outcome: Father prevailed in Preventing Removal of Children