Adam Cooper has been a family lawyer and advocate for over 20 years. He initially started practice as a barrister, before taking on special counsel roles and then establishing Cooper Family Law in 2011. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Adam was a professional footballer and counsellor.
Adam is considered around Australia as a thought-leader in family law, regularly speaking at family law conferences. He has delivered papers on technical property settlement matters, family violence, substance abuse, family law court advocacy and other key areas. He is the author of the Domestic Violence component of the Queensland Law Handbook and regularly appears in radio broadcasts discussing family law matters.
Adam’s has clients throughout Australia and overseas. He regularly appears in both state and federal courts, and has advised judges in matrimonial courts of the United States about the family law of Australia.
Adam also has tertiary qualifications in social science and has a deep understanding of the difficulties faced by family law clients, and the need to pursue timely resolutions.