Adam J. Langino is a 2006 Cum Laude graduate of the University of Minnesota School Of Law where he received an award for Best Oral Argument and participated in the Wagner Labor Law Moot Court program. He received his Bachelor's degree with Honors in Government and Politics and graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Maryland in College Park, MD. As a student at the University of Maryland he was selected to study at Exeter College at Oxford University, where he participated in an Honors Seminar in British Law and Society.
Immediately prior to joining Leopold Law, Mr. Langino served for three years as an Assistant Public Defender in West Palm Beach, FL. As an Assistant Public Defender, Mr. Langino handled complex felony criminal cases, including first degree felonies and crimes punishable by life in prison. He gained valuable trial experience and secured freedom for the wrongly accused. Before his service as an Assistant Public Defender, Mr. Langino clerked for the Federal Public Defender located in Minneapolis, MN.
Mr. Langino is a member of the Florida Bar, the Minnesota Bar and the Federal Bar for the Southern District of Florida. He is also an active member in the Palm Beach County Bar Association, and Florida Justice Association. He was recently appointed to the Board of the Florida Justice Association's Young Lawyer Section. In 2010, he was named a Rising Star by the Florida Super Lawyers publication- a distinction bestowed on no more than 2.5% of Floridian attorneys.
Mr. Langino is also an active volunteer in his community. He currently volunteers as a boxing coach for local youths for the Police Athletic League located in Palm Beach Gardens. He also is an active member in Club 100 Charities. Club 100 is a local non-profit faith based organization dedicated to making the local community a better place by focusing on the needs of the community's youth and elderly.
Areas of Practice
Catastrophic Injury Crashworthiness Managed Care Litigation Business Litigation