Adam Gravley has over three decades experience representing both public and private clients in environmental law with a particular focus on resolving water issues in operational, transactional, litigation, and public policy settings. His comprehensive practice includes water rights permitting, transfers, and appeals; general stream adjudications; settlement, mediation, and collaborative resolutions; water supply agreements; public water system and drinking water regulation; water quality regulation and resource protection; entity and regional governance; legislation and agency rule-making; and related real estate, municipal, and public utility law matters.

Complementing his natural resources experience, Adam has significant experience leading transactional due diligence teams and providing strategic advice for complex real property and natural resources transactions. Clients benefit from Adam’s unique experience representing clients in transactional matters involving complex industrial and commercial facilities and heavily-regulated, publicly-owned, or aquatic lands.


Georgetown University Law Center J.D., cum laude, 1990

Brown University M.A., 1985

Kalamazoo College B.A., cum laude, 1984