|EDUCATION||University of Tennessee, Knoxville, BA
Lincoln Memorial University – Duncan School of Law, JD
|BAR MEMBERSHIPS||State of Tennessee, 2021|
|PRACTICE AREAS||Constitutional Law
Civil and Federal Appeals
Adam Brock-Dagnan joined Moore, Ingram, Johnson & Steele in 2021 and works out of the firm’s Knoxville, Tennessee office. Before joining, Adam served as the director of Appeals for Adelante — a Knoxville-based, nonprofit firm focused on immigration and civil rights litigation — and clerked for the Honorable Judge Timothy Conner during his time as a law student.
Prior to law school, Adam graduated from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville with magna cum laude honors. Thereafter, Adam pursued and achieved his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Lincoln Memorial University – Duncan School of Law; he passed the Tennessee Bar in December of 2020. While attending LMU, Adam served as the Head of Organization for the Moot Court team and participated in three competitions: the ABA NAAC Moot Court Competition, the Billings, Exum & Frye National Moot Court Competition, and the Wechsler Moot Court Competition. While legal writing is a particular strength for Adam, ensuring equitable outcomes through analytically-sound and ethically-rooted advocacy—regardless of whether it is through writing or oral argument—remains Adam’s overriding concern.
In his spare time, Adam enjoys watching sports, particularly the Nashville Predators and the Atlanta Braves, reading, and attending live-music events.”