One of the UK’s top barristers Adam Tolley has recently been in the eyes of the public after being appointed by the Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to investigate the bullying allegations against his Deputy, Dominic Raab.
A job that Adam carried out with an extensive and detailed approach, inquiring into eight various bullying allegations against Mr. Raab during his time in service in three departments.
The verdict of the investigation led to the prompt and unfortunate resignation of the Deputy Prime Minister, as he was found guilty of acting “in a manner which was intimidating in the sense of going further than was necessary or appropriate to in delivering critical feedback, and also insulting, in the sense of making unconstructive critical comments about the quality of work done” in Adam’s words.
However, aside from being an excellent lawyer in his diverse field of criminal law and employment law, what else is known of Adam Tolley KC?
Is Adam Tolley Married, and who is he married to?
In a few minutes, we’ll uncover some details about the UK barrister.
Adam Tolly KC’s Background
Adam is an alumnus of St. Anne’s College, University of Oxford from 1989 – 1993 where he bagged a BA degree in Jurisprudence.
With very limited information about him, his exact date of birth is unknown, however, it is estimated that he was born between 1977 – 1982, which makes him at least 40 – 45 years old.
He was born in London, England, UK, and holds both American nationality and citizenship.
Neither of his parents’ names is known, as Adam prefers to keep a low profile.
Is Adam Tolley KC Married?
Reports have it that the 40 – 45-year-old English lawyer is both husband and father, although the names, ages, or occupations of his wife and children are withheld from the public for privacy and security reasons.
Other Facts About Adam Tolley KC
Adam has been involved with high-profile cases before, such as the case against King Charles before he ascended the throne, about sexual discrimination against a former secretary.
He was also part of the legal team that represented victims and survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire in London in 2017.
He has a net worth of approximately $3 million as he is known to represent people of high profile, and is paid handsomely for that.
He is one of the UK’s highest-paidd barristers.