Adam S. Sieff

Adam lives in Palo Alto where he's a third-year student at Stanford Law School. At Stanford, Adam founded the Stanford Law Democrats and is a member of the law school's voting rights project and Youth and Education Law Clinic. He is also a Senior Editor of the Stanford Law & Policy Review, a researcher and graduate teaching assistant with the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy and Research, and a mentor with the Levin Center for Public Service. His current research focuses on the intersection of constitutional law and democracy.

Adam graduated from Columbia College, Columbia University in 2011 summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa with Honors in Political Theory. His honors thesis in political philosophy was awarded the Charles A. Beard Prize for best undergraduate thesis. Adam is an active member of Columbia's Alumni Representative Committee and serves on the Board for the Columbia Club of Northern California. His essays and writings have been published in numerous academic journals, blogs and newspapers of record.

Upon admission to the bar, he will join Latham & Watkins LLP in San Francisco.