Adam practices environmental and water law with a focus on water rights and resources, transactions, civil litigation, and public policy. For public and private clients, he leads due diligence teams and provides strategic advice for complex transactions and projects. His comprehensive water rights practice includes permitting, water transfers and transactions, water supply agreements, public water system and drinking water regulation, litigation and appeals, general stream adjudications, settlement and mediation, governance and interagency agreements, legislation and agency rule-making, and related real estate, municipal, and public utility law matters. Adam has assisted project development clients in finding solutions for municipal, industrial, energy, and agricultural water supply.

Education

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

Brown University M.A., 1985

Kalamazoo College B.A., cum laude, 1984