Adrian graduated from the University of Florida Honor’s Program, magna cum laude in 2005. Following his graduation, he enrolled at the Florida State University College of Law. During law school, Adrian was a member of Law Review for three years, serving as Articles Editor his final year of law school. In addition to Law Review, he was a member of the Journal of Land Use & Environmental Law.
During his time at Florida State, Adrian received two book awards for receiving the highest grade in the Anti-Terrorism Seminar and Florida Criminal Practice classes. Adrian also volunteered his summers with Jacksonville Area Legal Aid assisting low-income families with a wide variety of legal issues, including helping recently released prisoners transition back into society.
Upon graduation, Adrian served as an Assistant Public Defender in the First Judicial Circuit, where he gained trial experience representing indigent citizens accused of violating a variety of laws, before joining Michles & Booth in 2009.
At Michles & Booth, Adrian focuses his practice on personal injury and medical malpractice cases, having tried over a dozen cases to verdict. Most recently, Adrian served as one of the main class counsel on the class action case filed on behalf of the nearly 700 individuals injured in the Escambia County Jail explosion in 2014.