Adam Rodriguez is a litigator and courtroom attorney. His practice includes construction, real estate, employment, and business litigation. He joined McConnell Wagner Sykes + Stacey, PLLC in 2022.
Adam attended Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah on a full-ride Multicultural Scholarship, graduating with a bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism and minors in Psychology, Spanish, and Portuguese. After college, Adam worked for ten years as an Emmy-winning television news reporter and anchor in Pocatello, Idaho and Boise, Idaho before moving on other newscasting opportunities in Little Rock, Arkansas and Salt Lake City, Utah. Ultimately, the pull of Treasure Valley was too strong and he and his family returned to Boise for him to attend law school. Adam was a top student at Concordia University School of Law in Boise, Idaho - graduating in 2019. He graduated cum laude, made the dean's list, and was the executive administrative editor of Concordia Law Review. During law school, Adam also worked for the Third Judicial District for the State of Idaho and the Idaho State Attorney General's Office as a law clerk and helped one his law professors write a book. After graduation, Adam served as a law clerk for the Honorable James Cawthon in Idaho's Fourth Judicial District before working as a deputy prosecutor for the Canyon County Prosecutor's Office.
Adam is a devoted husband and father to his wife and five children. When he's not at work, Adam enjoys spending time with his family, photography, videography, and rafting the Payette River.