Adam M. Carman


Adam M. Carman joined Methfessel & Werbel in 2021. He obtained his B.A. magna cum laude from Rutgers University, where he completed the associate program with the Eagleton Institute of Politics. Adam attended Rutgers Law School where he served as chair of the labor and employment society. He earned his JD in 2011 and received an award from the American Bar Association for best in class for the subject of labor and employment.

Following completion of a judicial clerkship in New Jersey Superior Court with Judge Arthur Bergman, Adam worked for two firms where he specialized in trial work on tort claims against private and public entities, as well as employment law claims under the Law Against Discrimination, the Conscientious Employee Protection Act and other statutory and common law claims

Most recently Adam worked as an in-house trial attorney for an auto insurer, where he also supervised the firm’s subrogation team.  At Methfessel & Werbel, Adam litigates and counsels clients on the defense of employment and civil rights claims.