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Adrian Spencer-Smith


Adrian Spencer-Smith is an attorney at Mike Slocumb Law Firm’s Washington, D.C. office. He brings his attention to detail and passion for giving a voice to the voiceless in the personal injury cases he handles, including catastrophic injuries, motor vehicle accidents, premises liability lawsuits, and more. Before joining Mike Slocumb Law Firm, Mr. Spencer-Smith worked for the D.C. Public Defender Service, which cemented his passion for representing the vulnerable and injured.

When he was a young child, Adrian loved puzzles and rulebooks. For his 12th birthday, he was gifted a copy of “Law 101: Everything You Need to Know About the American Legal System.” He was destined to be a lawyer from that day on. As an attorney today, he treats clients with compassion and understanding, so they can feel educated and prepared for whatever is ahead of them. Attorney Spencer-Smith uses a methodical and meticulous approach that examines the case from all angles.

After growing up in Champaign, Illinois, Adrian moved to Brentwood, Tennessee, in the 7th grade. Once in high school, he decided to join the debate team and competed for all four years of schooling there. He attended local and national tournaments a few times each month, which honed his communication, research, and public speaking skills—all the hallmarks of a talented litigator. He attended American University for an undergraduate degree as part of the Politics, Policy, and Law Three Year Scholars Program before going to Washington University in St. Louis School of Law for his J.D.

Attorney Spencer-Smith is currently admitted to practice in Washington, D.C. he is a member of the Order of Barristers.

Adrian enjoys playing rare and antique board games with his friends and colleagues, an entertaining hobby he picked up while at American University. He also likes to cook, play the banjo, practice photography, and 3D print interesting models and items, which are all hobbies he started at Washington University in St. Louis School of Law. Adrian also wants to start volunteering with programs that provide food and shelter to underserved people in the D.C. area, so he is always open to suggestions from his clients.


  • American University
  • Washington University in St. Louis School of Law


  • Washington, D.C. 

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  • Order of Barristers