Adam T. Reeves is a partner in the law firm of Maynes, Bradford, Shipps and Sheftel, LLP. He practices in the areas of water rights, environmental law, land use and general civil litigation.
Prior to joining the firm, Adam practiced in private and public interest law firms, representing a variety of individual, commercial and municipal clients. His published cases include: Glosemeyer v. U.S., 45 Fed. Cl. 771 (Fed.Cl. 2000); In re: SRBA, Case no 38756 Wilderness Reserved Claims, 12 P.3d 1260 (Idaho 2000); and Stupak-Thrall v. Glickman, 226 F.3d 467 (6th Cir. 2000).
His current practice focuses on complex water and associated environmental matters related to the permitting, protection and development of water projects. His clients include the Southern Ute Indian Tribe, Special Districts and municipal water providers.
Adam graduated with a B.A., magna cum laude, from the University of Colorado in 1992 and obtained his law degree from Tulane University in 1995 where he served as articles editor of the Tulane Environmental Law Journal.
Admitted to Practice
State Bar of Colorado
U.S. District Court, Colorado
U.S. District Court, Western District, Michigan
U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Sixth, Seventh, Ninth, Tenth and District of Columbia Circuits