Adam Hunter is the professor and coach of the Huver I. Brown Trial Advocacy Moot Court Team. He is a founding partner of Hunter & Johnson, PLLC, a boutique litigation firm based in Washington, D.C. A large portion of his practice is dedicated to representing District of Columbia residents in criminal cases through the Criminal Justice Act.
He is a graduate of Howard University School of Law (J.D.) and Howard University (B.A.’s Economics and Political Science cum laude). While in law school, Adam was a Marshall-Brennan Fellow teaching constitutional law at Eastern Senior High School and at the Youth Services Center (D.C. Youth Detention Center) and was captain of the Huver I. Brown Mock Trial Team.
Prior to forming Hunter & Johnson, Adam was Of Counsel with Harden & Pinckney, PLLC in the District of Columbia with a primary focus on criminal defense and civil litigation. He clerked in Middlesex County Superior Court in New Jersey for the Honorable Lorraine Pullen in the Criminal Division.
Adam is a member Board of Directors of Rising for Justice (formerly D.C. Law Students in Court Program), an organization that uses law students within the District of Columbia to represent indigent clients in criminal and civil cases. He is also a board member of the Washington Government Relations Group Foundation.