Adam Detsky is a litigation attorney practicing in Colorado and New York courts. He handles a broad range of litigation matters in state and federal courts from the outset of litigation through trial and appeal. His litigation experience includes product liability actions, premises security, landowner/property owner liability, professional liability and matters involving general allegations of negligence. Adam frequently represents owners and operators of parking structures and the parking industry. He also handles matter related to marijuana regulation.
In addition to the practice of law, Adam has served since 2010 as a director for the American Mock Trial Association, an academic nonprofit organization serving more than 300 colleges and universities. In addition to his duties as a director, Adam has taught trial advocacy to undergraduate students. From 2003 through 2013, Adam directed the mock trial program at Iona College in New Rochelle, New York, where his team was ranked among the top 10 percent of the more than 650 teams in the country and among the top five teams in New York State out of more than 60 teams. He currently serves as an advisor to the mock trial program at the University of Colorado, Boulder. As a mock trial instructor, Adam teaches advanced application of the Federal Rules of Evidence, Rules of Civil Procedure and general advocacy skills such as writing opening statements and closing arguments, performing direct and cross examinations of witnesses, and public speaking skills. Adam previously coached a trial advocacy team at Pace Law School.