Adam B. Sloane


Adam B. Sloane

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Attorney Sloane is an associate with Carter DeYoung, joining the firm in July 2020. Attorney Sloane was admitted to practice in Massachusetts in 2016. He is also admitted to practice in the United States District Court, District of Massachusetts.

Attorney Sloane graduated cum laude from Berklee College of Music, where he studied piano performance and music business. Originally deciding to go to law school to learn entertainment law, Attorney Sloane quickly found that he excelled at trial advocacy and litigation. Attorney Sloane graduated from St. John’s University School of Law in 2010, where he was a member of the Frank S. Polestino Trial Advocacy Institute, and received the CALI Award for outstanding performance in trial advocacy.  While at St. John’s University Attorney Sloane worked for the Hon. Michael Stallman in the New York Supreme Court Civil Part where he conducted research, drafted decisions and memoranda, and gained invaluable experience in the practice of civil litigation. Attorney Sloane then moved his attentions to criminal law, working for the Honorable Lewis Bart Stone in the New York Supreme Court Criminal Part, where he learned the inner workings of the criminal court system, conducted research, wrote memoranda and decisions, and assisted the Judge in conducting multiple criminal trials. After spending several years in the business realm as a consultant and entrepreneur, Attorney Sloane decided the best use of his talents and skills were in the courtroom, and since 2016 he has successfully represented a multitude of people in their family law, criminal, and civil litigation matters.

Attorney Sloane has been active in every community in which he has lived. While in New York, Attorney Sloane volunteered at the Salvation Army, teaching piano and music lessons to disadvantaged children. In Boston and here on Cape Cod Attorney Sloane was active in the Big Brothers Big Sisters of America Program.  Attorney Sloane will also soon be serving the community as a Bar Advocate Attorney for indigent criminal defendants, and a Lawyer-of-the-Day helping people in need with their family law issues.   


Domestic Relations and Family Law

Civil Litigation (Plaintiff/Defendant)

Criminal Law

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