Adam Strychaluk, Esq., an associate attorney at Hamilton Clarke and Of Counsel at Souder, Shabazz, and Woolridge, specializes in Complex Civil Litigation, White-Collar and Regulatory Defense, Civil Rights, and Employment Discrimination. He has represented individuals and civic organizations in a variety of complex cases at both federal and state levels, including trials and appeals.
Notably, Adam played a crucial role in securing one of the largest settlements in New York for a disabled man abused in a group home and a significant settlement in a high-profile unlawful stop-and-frisk case in New York City. He also contributed to the settlement of the first “George Floyd” protest case in New York City’s federal court and secured a multi-million-dollar settlement for protestors attacked by police. His experience extends to achieving notable outcomes in cases of sexual abuse and religious discrimination.
Before his roles at Hamilton Clarke and Souder, Shabazz, and Woolridge, Adam clerked for Honorable District Judge Wilma A. Lewis in the District Court of the Virgin Islands and practiced civil rights litigation at a boutique firm. His commitment to legal defense is further evidenced by his internships at five public defender’s offices, including the Federal Defenders of New York, Brooklyn Defender Services, and New York County Defender Services. Adam holds a J.D. from New York University School of Law (2020) and a B.A. Hon. from McGill University (2017).
His bar admissions include New York and the United States District Courts for the Southern, Eastern, and Northern Districts of New York and the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.
Adam Strychaluk’s expertise covers:
- Civil Rights and Employment Discrimination
- Complex State and Federal Criminal Defense
- White Collar and Regulatory Defense
- Civil and Criminal Appeals
- Class Actions
- Civil Litigation
Adam’s diverse legal background and his significant courtroom successes establish him as a prominent and effective attorney in his areas of practice.