Adam Keeping


Adam’s practice encompasses all aspects of family law, with particular focus on complex property, income and support issues. He engages directly with each client to fully understand their unique family, business and financial situations, strategically advance their interests through negotiation, mediation and litigation, and structure client-centered solutions that best serve them in all aspects of their lives.

Adam teaches negotiation skills at Osgoode Hall Law School and assesses lawyer licensing candidates on litigation skills and other competencies for Ryerson University’s Law Practice Program. He has also taught trial advocacy, mentored law students who wish to pursue careers in family law, and co-chaired programs on oral advocacy and expert evidence at the Ontario Bar Association. Adam is a co-author of Support Rights and Obligations Under Ontario Family Law, a leading reference text for lawyers, published by Thomson Reuters.

Adam was called to the bar in 2012. Prior to joining Niman Mamo LLP, he practiced family law with several other prominent Toronto law firms.

In his personal time, Adam maintains strong interests in both fitness and classical music. He has conducted orchestras in Canada, France, and the Czech Republic, but while in the midst of the pandemic, maintained his fitness routine by conducting his stereo. He has also developed an interest in bread-making, which more than compensates for any lost calories, and fuels his tireless drive in advancing his clients’ interests.