Adam Afshar focuses his practice on real property litigation, related commercial matters, and general civil litigation.
While in law school, Mr. Afshar was a judicial extern for the Honorable Robert Benham in the Supreme Court of Georgia and an honors intern for the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, where he focused on insider trading, municipal bond fraud, and other securities fraud investigations. Recognized for his excellence in written and oral advocacy, Mr. Afshar was elected to the Order of Emory Advocates honors society and received a Top Oralist award at the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition. Mr. Afshar was also nominated for Most Outstanding Contribution to Supreme Court Advocacy for his work as a lead writer and editor in Emory Law’s Supreme Court Advocacy Program. In his third year, Mr. Afshar taught a section of Advanced Legal Writing to fellow second and third-year law students.
Previously, Mr. Afshar clerked for a national appellate firm preparing civil and criminal appellate briefs, legal memoranda in support of habeas petitions, and post-conviction filings across various state and federal courts.
Mr. Afshar is fluent in Persian and French.
- Emory University School of Law – J.D.
- Arizona State University – B.S.
- California Lawyers Association
- Iranian American Bar Association