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Adam Zwetchkenbaum is an attorney licensed to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, practicing primarily in Suffolk, Middlesex, Norfolk, and Worcester Counties in the Greater Boston area.

Attending on a Merit Scholarship, Adam earned his Juris Doctor from University of Massachusetts School of Law with honors, graduating Magna Cum Laude and granted the Servant of Justice Award for his pro bono legal service.

His legal acumen led to his selection for specialized legal work, including assisting his law professors in the completion of legal dissertations, operating as an associate editor for UMass Law Review, and serving in the Special Legal Intern Unit at the Securities Division of the Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth.

Adam is an alumni of the Rappaport Fellows Program at the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy at Boston College Law School.

Adam created and ran an independent research firm, Guardian Research Services LLC, which published a report titled “Massachusetts Agencies as Caretaker of Minor Children: Protecting the Children of the Commonwealth from Standard Agency Practice.”

Before entering the legal field, Adam spent years managing small trade companies, where he gained expertise in real estate, contracts, corporate administration, negotiation, dispute resolution, relationship management, and regulatory compliance.

Born and raised in Massachusetts with lifelong ties in the Commonwealth, Adam likes to spend his free time engaging in physical fitness and studying philosophy.