Adam Corbin FAAV
Adam is a litigator in the agricultural team, his practice encompasses civil litigation, arbitration, and dispute resolution mainly involving rural businesses and individuals.
Adam's work involves advice and representation in contractual disputes over goods and services provided by and to rural businesses, landlord and tenant disputes and disputes between rural businesses and public bodies such as government departments, local government and government agencies.
Adam is a qualified Barrister, and regularly appears as an advocate in the County Court, High Court, Tribunals and before arbitrators.
Adam completed an undergraduate degree in land management at Harper Adams University, where he spent his placement year with a firm of Chartered Surveyors in Kent, he then took the law conversion course, and bar exams. He was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 2011 and then spent a year working in the legal team at the London Olympics, before completing his pupillage in South Wales. Adam joined Michelmores in March 2014 as an Employed Barrister after a period as a Tenant in independent practice.
Adam is a Fellow of the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers and a member of the Chancery Bar Association.
- Advising on a dispute over the termination of a long term wholesale milk supply contract
- Appearing in the Court of Appeal to renew an application for permission to appeal a decision on the law applying to the construction of an option agreement
- Lecturing post-graduate land management students on agricultural disputes resolution
- Compiling the witness statements and instructions to experts in The Crown Estate v Wakley
- Advising on issues arising over recovering vacant possession of Agricultural Holdings using Case A