Adam S. Sieff

Adam is a Litigation Associate with Latham & Watkins LLP, where he works in the Antitrust & Competition and Intellectual Property Litigation practice groups. His practice focuses on complex civil litigation in the federal courts. Beyond his commercial practice, Adam serves on the Educational Law Advisory Committee to the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights.

Adam received his J.D. with distinction in 2014 from Stanford Law School, where he served as founding President of the Stanford Law Democrats and an Articles Editor to the Stanford Law & Policy Review. In 2011, he received his A.B. summa cum laude from Columbia University, where he was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa and awarded the Charles A. Beard Prize for best graduating thesis, as well as the Edwin M. Robbins Prize for commitment to public service.

In law school, Adam fought for civil rights, civil liberties, educational equity, and economic opportunity. He clerked for the U.S. Department of Justice, served in the Youth and Education Law Clinic, and volunteered with the law school's Voting Rights Project. He was also a Mentor at the Levin Center for Public Service, and co-taught an undergraduate course on California Public Policy. His academic publications, which focus on the intersection of constitutional law and democratic theory, were awarded with Stanford Law School's John Hart Ely Prize.