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Adam A. Vischio is a member of the firm’s general litigation practice group, representing clients in a wide array of litigation matters. Adam also maintains an active pro bono practice.

Adam graduated from Columbia Law School, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and a Notes & Submissions Editor for the Columbia Journal of Law & The Arts. Upon graduating, Adam received the Andrew D. Fried Memorial Prize, awarded annually for the best student essay on a subject in the field of intellectual property and related law published in the Columbia Journal of Law and the Arts. During law school, Adam served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Taryn A. Merkl in the Eastern District of New York. Adam also interned for The Bronx Defenders in their Criminal Defense Practice and was a Janet D. Steiger Fellow for the New York Attorney General’s Office of Consumer Frauds & Protection Bureau.

Prior to law school, Adam was an honors paralegal at the Federal Trade Commission. While there, Adam worked in the Bureau of Competition and in both the offices of Commissioner Maureen K. Ohlhausen and Commissioner Rebecca Kelly Slaughter. After the FTC, Adam worked as a lobbyist at the American Continental Group where he advised clients on policy developments related to intellectual property and competition. Adam also represented clients in meetings with members of Congress and participated in successful lobbying efforts that culminated in the passage of laws.

Adam received his B.A. cum laude in Politics & International Affairs from Wake Forest University.



  • J.D., Columbia Law School, 2023, Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar
  • B.A., Politics & International Affairs, Wake Forest University, 2015, cum laude


  • New York