E. Adam Webb
Adam is the managing partner at Webb, Klase & Lemond and works as a litigator in the state and federal courts of Georgia and numerous other states. He has been admitted to practice before all Georgia trial and appellate courts, the United States District Courts for the Middle and Northern Districts of Georgia and the Northern District of Illinois, the Circuit Courts of Appeal for the Second, Fourth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, and Eleventh Circuits, and the United States Supreme Court. Adam is an experienced litigator who has handled a large variety of commercial litigation. Adam has become known as one of the nation's foremost First Amendment litigators, with a specialization in representing those seeking to challenge government restrictions on signs. More recently, Adam has developed an expertise in litigating against major corporations on behalf of consumers. Adam has a passion for excellence and believes in total dedication to serving clients. This attitude has led to extraordinary results for many of the firm's clients.
Adam lives with his wife and four children in Atlanta, Georgia. He is an avid reader and uses his free time to travel and in trying to stay in shape. Adam was raised in Columbus, Georgia where he attended Brookstone High School. Adam was named Georgia's STAR Student for 1989, an honor given to the state's most outstanding high school student. Adam was involved in numerous activities including sports (winning the State wrestling championship and starting on the state runner-up football team), student government (serving as student body president), and the mock trial team (Adam's team won the state championship).
Adam completed his undergraduate degree at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts and graduated cum laude in 1993 with a specialty in Government. At Harvard, Adam was a leader in a number of student organizations, including the Undergraduate Council, Model United Nations, and various political organizations.
Adam then attended the University of Georgia School of Law in Athens, Georgia and graduated cum laude in 1996. While at the Law School, Adam received a number of honors. For example, he was named an Editor of the Georgia Law Review. His primary extracurricular activity was mock trial. He was a member of the Mock Trial Board and was selected for the Order of Barristers, an honor bestowed on the school's most outstanding oral advocates. Adam's mock trial teams won on the school, regional, and national level.
After graduation from law school, Adam worked as a commercial litigator with one of the nation's foremost First Amendment law firms, Dow, Lohnes & Albertson, PLLC. He represented numerous media entities, including newspapers, television and radio stations, and outdoor advertising companies. He left the firm in 2002 to start his own firm. In 2008, Webb, Klase & Lemond was founded bringing together the resources and personnel to provide the highest caliber of legal representation.