Adam R. Gardner returned as an associate at Nachshin & Langlois in 2010, the law firm where he previously served as a law clerk and later as an associate.
Gardner left Nachshin & Langlois to pursue other associate positions at noted law firms in downtown Los Angeles and Century City, where he specialized in employment law for approximately four years.
Having gained extensive knowledge in the field of family law while clerking and serving as an associate at Nachshin & Langlois, Gardner decided, in the spring of 2010, that family law was the practice area in which he was best suited and most interested.
As an associate at Nachshin & Langlois, Adam Gardner handles all family law matters including divorce, legal separation, palimony, paternity, child custody and spousal support. He also handles cohabitation, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. One area of specialty for Gardner is that of handling date-of-separation cases.
After receiving his Bachelor of Arts in Politics, magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Occidental College in 2001, Gardner went on to attend Loyola Law School. He was named on the Dean’s Honor List two of his three years there and earned three American Jurisprudence awards. Gardner also served as Chief Symposia Editor for the Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review in which he was also published.
In the past, Gardner served in various clerk capacities for the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office (2002-2003) and also clerked for Rubin & Jacobson, LLP, in Los Angeles. In early 2004, Gardner acted as judicial extern for the Honorable Fred Woods of the California Court of Appeal, Second District.
Gardner is a member of the State Bar of California and other regional Southern California bar associations.