Adam Elbob completed a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Criminology. He is admitted to practise law in the Supreme Court of Victoria and the High Court of Australia.
Adam brings with him an array of experience in legal practice having been involved with community legal centres and private practice for many years.
Adam is a criminal defence lawyer who regularly appears in the Magistrates’ Court and County Court of Victoria in both regional and metropolitan areas. He practises primarily in summary and indicatable crime and he has experience in a range of areas that include but are not limited to drug, sex, family violence and traffic offences.
Adam strives to provide the highest quality legal advice to clients in a timely manner and believes that every individual, no matter the seriousness of the allegations is entitled the presumption of innocence.