About Our Firm
Kimberly H. Adams, P. C. is a full service law firm with a primary focus on lobbying and government affairs.
We provide legal review and analysis of legislation as well as drafting legislation. Our team also provides advocacy in numerous areas, including issues involving state and local governmental bodies.
Our customized approach allows us to address individual needs and to reach long-term client goals. We work with clients to develop the most effective strategies possible, helping them understand the many facets of effective advocacy.
Clients are consulted every step of the way. We encourage them to participate in the political process and in the public domain to achieve a higher profile of their issues.
A lifelong Alabama-native, Kim Adams earned a BS from Auburn University and also received the degree of Juris Doctor from Cumberland School of Law.
Before starting Kimberly H. Adams, P.C. in 2001, Kim served as Special Counsel to Chief Justice Perry Hooper during his tenure as Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court. Kim also acted as Legislative Liaison for the Alabama Unified Judicial System, as well as the liaison to the Executive Branch and other state agencies.
During her tenure in state government, Kim gained a thorough understanding of government and judicial operations. Her in-depth knowledge includes state budgets and the complexities of Alabama’s tax structure.
Prior to working with Alabama’s Judicial System, Kim practiced law in Montgomery and Elmore Counties. She is also permitted to practice in the United States Federal Court in the Middle District of Alabama.
Kimberly H. Adams, P. C. / Adams & Associates
Governmental Affairs & Governmental Law Practice
2000 – Present
Represent an array of contract clients before the Alabama Legislature, State agencies, regulatory boards and commissions, and city governments.
Special Legal Counsel
Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice, Perry O. Hooper, Sr.
1995 – 2001
Legislative liaison responsible for the State Trial Court budget and Supreme Court budget. Also wrote, researched, reviewed, monitored, and lobbied issues affecting the Alabama unified court system. Testified before numerous House and Senate committees and served as spokesperson for the Court pertaining to legislative matters.
Associate, Law Firm of Campbell & Labudde
1992 – 1995
Cumberland School of Law, 1990 Birmingham, Alabama
Admitted to practice law and member in good standing with the Alabama State Bar.
Admitted to practice in Federal Court, Middle District of Alabama
Bachelor of Science
Auburn University, 1987
We actively promote your interests or policies to legislators and government officials. This can involve a range of activities such as tracking legislation as it is introduced, engaging with legislators, submitting written testimony and developing sound policy proposals.
We represent a variety of interests, including corporations, trade associations, non-profit organizations, labor unions, municipal courts, county government, and advocacy groups.
We build relationships with elected and appointed officials, and support staff, to provide information about issues and information pertinent to our clients.
We advance arguments promoting policy and important issues to legislators and key policymakers
Our team examines proposed legislation to identify its key provisions, implications, and potential impact. This involves reviewing the text of the bill, analyzing its purpose and goals, and assessing its potential impact on individuals, businesses, and society as a whole.
Our goal is to provide information and insights that can help inform the decision-making process and ensure that proposed legislation is well-informed, effective, and beneficial for all stakeholders.
Representation Before State Agencies and Boards
We maintain long standing relationships with state agency directors and career employees to better represent clients interests before boards and agencies.
Representation Before Executive Branch of Government
We monitor state agencies and the executive branch of government including the rules and regulations set forth by entities such as the Alabama Department of Tourism, the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, the AL Dept. of Environment Management, the AL Dept. of Industrial Relations, the AL Dept. of Transportation, the AL Dept. of Revenue, and the AL Law Enforcement Agency.
- Certificate of Need Review Board
- Statewide Health Coordinating Council
- State Health Planning & Development Agency
- Department of Public Health
- Affiliation with a premier healthcare consulting firm including CON application preparation