Meet Adam Morelli


Adam Morelli is an Associate at Slater Slater Schulman who represents clients in labor and employment matters in New York state and federal court. He is a dedicated advocate for victims of workplace discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wage-and-hour disputes, and wrongful termination. Adam has also represented clients in matters involving mass torts, product liability, and medical malpractice.

Prior to joining the firm, Adam obtained his Series 7 and Series 63 Licenses and worked in private equity. He was also the Vice President of a yacht documentation company that registered vessels with the United States Coast Guard on behalf of financial institutions.

During law school, Adam was a dedicated advocate for veterans. He is a former member of the Robert W. Entenmann Veterans Law Clinic, where he represented veterans seeking service-connected disability benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs. During this time, Adam presented an oral argument to a VA adjudicator resulting in a favorable rating decision for two previously denied claims. He also participated in drafting an amicus curiae brief in Arellano v. Wilkie before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in support of veterans diagnosed with severe PTSD receiving equitable tolling for VA disability benefits.

Adam continues to support his community by volunteering for various organizations. Most recently, he collected charitable donations for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. While in law school, he participated in the Mock Trial Enrichment Program, helping to educate elementary school children about the phases of a jury trial.

Adam graduated with his Bachelor’s in Psychology from Binghamton University before receiving his Juris Doctor from Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University, where he was a recipient of the Academic Merit Scholarship and a member of the Dean’s List. Adam joined the firm in May 2021 and is admitted to practice in New York State and the Federal Eastern District of New York.


· New York State

· United States District Court, Eastern District of New York

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