Adam Rhodes leaves reporting job at Law360 to go to graduate school
Adam Rhodes, a reporter at Law360 in New York, is leaving to go to grad school at the Medill School of Journalism in Chicago.
He has worked at Law360 for a little over four years, writing daily stories covering anti-trust and competition, construction, sports, health care, mergers and acquisitions, private equity and real estate business and legal matters.
He has also tracked federal and state court cases and pitched and developed feature stories related to
trends in the legal industry.
Prior to working at Law 360, he has worked as a sports freelance writer, blogger and as entertainment editor and variety editor at the weekly student newspaper Central Florida Future.
He has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Central Florida.
In his Linked In profile, he describes himself as a journalist, advocate, activist and first-generation American. “My love of politics, the justice system and shining a light on our nation’s most needy run to my core as a journalist and person.”