Recognised as a leading junior in the legal directories, Adam practises principally in the fields of employment and commercial law. He also practises in the fields of media, sports, education and public law.
He has consistently appeared in the Directories since 2005 and was described in 2006 as "enjoying a burgeoning reputation". In 2007, he was ranked as a leading junior and the 2008 edition of Chambers and Partners recommends Adam as having ‘an upbeat can-do attitude. He handles all aspects of employment and commercial litigation and is becoming increasingly adept at emergency injunction work.’
The 2009 edition of Chambers and Partners states “Adam Solomon is 'client friendly, extremely helpful and a witty advocate' according to solicitors. He is considered "excellent" on High Court restrictive covenant injunctions …”
The 2009 Edition of Legal 500 recommends Adam as a leading junior in the fields of Employment, Education, and Media Entertainment and Sport, stating that he has ‘excellent forensic ability’ and ‘a relaxed advocacy style’ and that he is ‘very enthusiastic, getting to the heart of the problem without fence sitting on questions of law’. Adam is also recommended in Legal Experts 2010.
Adam is called to the Bar of the British Virgin Islands and is regularly instructed in the highest appellate courts. He is currently instructed in an appeal to the European Court of Human Rights from the House of Lords, and as sole advocate in an appeal to the Privy Council from the Court of Appeal of Bahamas.