Adam M. Silverman joined the Philadelphia offices of  Cozen O'Conor in April 2009 as a Member in the Business Law Department. Prior to joining the firm, he was a partner with Wolf Block LLP in Philadelphia.

A member of the Real Estate Practice Group, Mr. Silverman concentrates his practice in the area of commercial real estate and related transactions.  Mr. Silverman has represented buyers and sellers in commercial and residential purchase, financing and leasing matters.

Mr. Silverman has written articles including "Constitutional Law – Pennsylvania's Wrongful Birth Statute's Impact on Abortion Rights: State Action and Undue Burden" – Edmonds v. Western Pennsylvania Hospital Radiology Associates, 607 A.2d 1083 (Pennsylvania Superior  Court, 1992), 66 Temple L. Rev. 1087 (1993), as well as articles published in the Philadelphia Business Journal.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Silverman was a litigation Associate at Connolly Epstein Chicco Foxman Oxholm & Ewing.  Before entering law school, he had his own audio production business and was an audio engineer and studio manager at Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia.

Mr. Silverman received his B.A. in communications from George Washington University in 1984 and his J.D., magna cum laude, from Temple University School of Law in 1994.  He was the recipient of the Reber Award for excellence in writing for the Temple Law Review.  He clerked for the Honorable Phyllis Beck, Superior Court of Pennsylvania (1995-1996); and the Honorable John Padova, District Court of Pennsylvania (1996-1997).  Mr. Silverman was also a legal intern for the Honorable Louis H. Pollak, Senior Judge, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania (1993-1994).

Mr. Silverman was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar in 1994.  He is a member of the American Bar Association, the Philadelphia Bar Association, the Urban Land Institute and the Economic Restructuring Committee of the Cheltenham Township Economic Development  Task Force.  Mr. Silverman is on the Board of Directors of The Cheltenham Township Community Development Corporation and is a volunteer for the Philadelphia Volunteers for the Indigent Program and the Philadelphia Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts.