ADAM G. CLEMENTS Esq.
Criminal Law, Family Law, Unemployment Assistance
Direct: 313 495.4530
Adam G. Clements embodies resilience, determination, and a penchant for overcoming insurmountable challenges. As a scholarship football player at Villanova University, he faced his fair share of hurdles in the form of significant injuries. Despite these setbacks, he rebounded with unwavering determination.
“My college athletic journey not only honed my resilience but also sculpted the foundation of my character. It taught me the value of embracing challenges and uphill battles—a mindset that has been pivotal in my effectiveness as an attorney.”
During his time at Southfield High School, Adam balanced academics, part-time work at fast-food establishments, and excelling in athletics—achieving All County, All Region, and All State titles in track. It was during these early years that Adam set his sights on a legal career, inspired by the TV show “Matlock.”
“The character of Ben Matlock resonated with me; he epitomized the type of advocate I aspired to be. From debate to persuasive speaking, I knew that advocacy was my true calling.”
Before stepping into the hallowed halls of law school, Adam delved deep into the criminal justice system by working as an investigator for the Public Defender Service in Washington, D.C. This experience proved transformative.
“Handling everything from murder cases to parole violations provided me with invaluable insights into the inner workings of the criminal justice system. It wasn’t just an eye-opener; it was a vocation-defining period that sculpted my legal sensibilities.”
Returning to Detroit to pursue his legal studies at Wayne State University Law School, Adam made waves by winning the award for Best Oral Advocate on the moot court team and even making the national team. His time as a law clerk for Detroit 36th District Judge William McConico further refined his legal prowess.
“I’ve learned that each case demands an open mind, meticulous attention to detail, and unparalleled patience—traits that I consistently bring to my practice.”
Adam’s unique ability to empathize with his clients sets him apart in the legal realm. His competitive nature, honed on the football field, translates into a tireless dedication to his clients.
“My competitiveness is not just an asset; it’s a commitment. I stand steadfast in representing my clients, the same way I wouldn’t back down on the football field.”
When he’s not passionately advocating for his clients, Adam finds joy in mentoring younger generations through coaching little league football in Southfield. An ardent sports enthusiast, he also enjoys boxing, baseball, and football, supporting both the Wolverines and the Lions.