Adam Melrose

Adam MelroseA self-described “information sponge,” Adam loves nothing more than to absorb information from the world around him, and find useful ways to apply it to the needs of his clients.  As a recent law school graduate, Adam is aware of all that he still wishes to learn, but also cognizant of the great wealth of information already at his disposal to advocate for his clients.  When you speak to Adam, you can be sure that he will never exaggerate the depth of his knowledge, and that one of his favorite phrases is: “I’m not completely positive on the answer to that question, let me look into your concerns and get back to you.”  Adam’s primary goal is that his clients are always confident that they are treated in a kind and honest fashion, and that he obtained the best results possible for them under the individual circumstances of their case.

Adam Melrose focuses if such a thing can be said at this early juncture in his career, on personal injury litigation, land use litigation (including Homeowner Association issues), and criminal defense.  When Adam is not consumed with his day job, he also maintains a legal blog at www.lawsofesports.com, where he discusses the legal issues concerning one of his favorite pastimes, esports.  Adam can also debate the pros and cons of recent fantasy novels and movie releases.  Under the careful tutelage of Senior Partner Mark Melrose–who also happens to be Adam’s father–Adam Melrose is prepared to give you the legal services and advice that you deserve.

Bar Admissions

North Carolina, 2016

U.S. District Court Western District of North Carolina, 2017

Education

Charlotte School of Law, Charlotte, North Carolina

Juris Doctor, magna cum laude – 2016

Honors: Moot Court Honor Board, Order of the Crown

North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina

Bachelor of Arts in English – 2008

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$3.025 Million settlement by Mark R. Melrose and co-counsel in a medical malpractice case for 40 year old man who suffered a devastating stroke after his surgeon failed to diagnose the cause of his bowel infarction. The doctor failed to read the echocardiogram which had clear evidence of a blood clot. This clot then broke apart and caused the stroke.