Roderick Adams is the Law and Public Services Program Coordinator at Prince George's County (MD) Public Schools.
Roderick Adams currently serves as the Law and Public Services Program Coordinator within the Prince George’s County Public Schools (“PGCPS”) system. In this role, Roderick works with local undergraduate institutions, law schools, circuit courts, federal courts, law firms, medical examiners offices, local police, state police, and other civic organizations in an effort to introduce PGCPS students to all of the certificated and professional opportunities available to them in the legal and forensics science fields.
Prior to his service with PGCPS, Roderick served as a Title I Staff Associate within the Baltimore City Public Schools system. Roderick has also taught History to 7th-12th grade students in Tennessee, Ohio, and Massachusetts. In fact, Roderick first became involved with Street Law as a teacher who used the curriculum and hosted Street Law volunteers. Additionally, while in law school, Roderick served as a Street Law volunteer at local high schools.
Roderick holds a B.A. in History from Morehouse College, a M.Ed. in Secondary Education from Vanderbilt University, and a J.D. from the University of Tennessee College of Law.