Adrian M. Simm

Adrian M. Simm was born and raised in Lafayette, Louisiana, where he graduated from Episcopal School of Acadiana. Adrian went on to attend Louisiana State University where he earned a degree in finance. While attending LSU, Adrian was highly involved in his fraternity, Kappa Sigma. Upon completion of his Bachelor’s degree from LSU, Adrian began Loyola College of Law in New Orleans.

While attending law school, Adrian served as an intern at the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana under the supervision of the Honorable Jay C. Zainey. He also studied abroad at the University of Vienna Law School in Vienna, Austria. In 2014, Adrian began working as a law clerk for Jason Rogers Williams & Associates where he worked on numerous high profile criminal cases including United States v. Sidney Patterson, a 12 defendant gang related RICO case, multi-million dollar healthcare fraud cases in the Middle District of Louisiana, as well as a number of jury trials where he assisted in jury selection and trial strategy. Adrian also interned for the Orleans Parish Public Defenders office, where he assisted in the representation of indigent criminal defendants.

After earning his Juris Doctor in 2015, Adrian began his career as a law clerk for Unglesby+Williams, where he was then hired on in October after passing the bar exam.

Adrian M. Simm

Adrian M. Simm was born and raised in Lafayette, Louisiana, where he graduated from Episcopal School of Acadiana. Adrian went on to attend Louisiana State University where he earned a degree in finance. While attending LSU, Adrian was highly involved in his fraternity, Kappa Sigma. Upon completion of his Bachelor’s degree from LSU, Adrian began Loyola College of Law in New Orleans.

While attending law school, Adrian served as an intern at the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana under the supervision of the Honorable Jay C. Zainey. He also studied abroad at the University of Vienna Law School in Vienna, Austria. In 2014, Adrian began working as a law clerk for Jason Rogers Williams & Associates where he worked on numerous high profile criminal cases including United States v. Sidney Patterson, a 12 defendant gang related RICO case, multi-million dollar healthcare fraud cases in the Middle District of Louisiana, as well as a number of jury trials where he assisted in jury selection and trial strategy. Adrian also interned for the Orleans Parish Public Defenders office, where he assisted in the representation of indigent criminal defendants.

After earning his Juris Doctor in 2015, Adrian began his career as a law clerk for Unglesby+Williams, where he was then hired on in October after passing the bar exam.