Adam Dedynski

Professional Support Lawyer, London



Adam Dedynski is a Global Knowledge and Development Professional Support Lawyer based in London and part of the Central Professional Support team. Adam focuses on delivering a wide range of internal and external knowledge, innovation, and legal technology initiatives across White & Case. Adam has specialist knowledge of electronic signing platforms and issues, leads the Firm's approach to legal writing and drafting, and is part of various internal taskforces (focusing on topics such as implementing the new Solicitors Qualification Exam (SQE) at the Firm).

Adam has a background in managing knowledge projects and has worked with litigation, regulatory and transactional teams across the world. This experience was gained first at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, where he spent eight years focusing on environment, product, and regulatory law. He then spent six years at Reed Smith as a knowledge projects specialist and lawyer where he led and contributed to a range of global and practice-specific initiatives to enhance quality and improve efficiency of legal service delivery internally and with clients.

Adam has also held voluntary roles at the International Legal Technology Association. In these roles he has led and delivered global round table discussions, webinars, blogs and white papers on a number of topics such as electronic signatures, remote hearings, and knowledge project management.

Adam is a strong supporter of diversity and inclusion, with over 10 years' experience as part of LGBT+ committees. He has also been involved in various pro bono initiatives relating to LGBT+, housing and homelessness, and racial equity.

Bars and Courts
Solicitor (England and Wales)
Master of Law
Nottingham Trent University
Legal Practice Course
College of Law, York
Graduate Diploma in Law
College of Law, York
BA (Hons)
University of York



'KM's role in the lawyer lifecycle' (ILTA - 18 Feb 2022)

'KM in a Time of COVID-19' (ILTA - 5 Nov 2021)

'Knowledge Management as educators' (ILTA - 14 Apr 2021)

'Successful knowledge project management' (ILTA - 21 Sep 2020)

'Precedent collections' (ILTA - 10 Jul 2020)

'Legal KM in a time of coronavirus: back to basics' (ILTA - 2 Apr 2020)

'KM for newbies' (ILTA - 27 Jan 2020)