Adam Shoop received his J.D. from CUNY Law School. While at CUNY, he was a staff member of the CUNY Law Review, a student clinician and teaching assistant for the Economic Justice Project, and defended students facing long-term exclusion from NYC public schools through the Suspension Representation Project. Adam also interned at the New York Civil Liberties Union and Rankin & Taylor, where he helped draft petitions for police misconduct claims. Prior to law school, he worked on criminal and immigration matters as a legal assistant at the Law Office of Elda S. James in Boston, Massachusetts. Adam received a B.S. in Political Communication from Emerson College.
- Politico: Protesters unable to retrieve property seized during mass arrests, lawyers say
- The City: NYPD Stalls On Sharing Property Seizure Stats Required By City Law
- WNYC: NYPD To Release Records On Seized Assets
- No Forfeiture-Database Backup With Millions on the Line, NYPD Admits
- Adam Shoop Presented Testimony at City Council Committee on Public Safety
- NYPD needs to come clean on seized property data