Erin M. Adams
Associate

801-323-3676

 

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Ms. Adams is an associate with Ray Quinney & Nebeker, practicing in the firm’s corporate and real estate sections.  She works collaboratively with clients to help them achieve their business goals, providing practical advice for a broad range of transactions.  Ms. Adams negotiates, structures and drafts a wide range of commercial contracts for clients in diverse industries, including contracts for goods and services and contracts relating to the purchase or lease of real property.  She has litigated contract issues for her clients and knows the value of having a solid, comprehensive agreement that positions a client for opportunity while minimizing potential risks.

Ms. Adams’ real estate practice involves commercial acquisition and development, title issue resolution and insurance, land use and entitlements, and financing. She represents clients in all stages of purchase and sale transactions and leasing transactions, especially transactions for office, retail, and multifamily properties.

Ms. Adams also assists clients in business formation and planning, joint ventures, corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, corporate compliance, and other general corporate matters.

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Education


Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School, J.D., 2016

  • Cum Laude
  • Editor-in-Chief, International Law & Management Review
  • Publications Editor, Education and Law Journal
  • Associate Editor, Journal of Public Law
  • President, Health Law Society
  • Glenn L. Farr Scholarship

Brigham Young University, B.A., Philosophy, 2012

  • Minor in Political Science
  • National Merit Scholarship

Affiliations / Memberships


  • Member, Salt Lake County Bar Association
  • Member, Women Lawyers of Utah
  • Member, Young Lawyers Division

Publications / Presentations


  • How Physicians Can Respond to Negative Online Reviews, Utah Physician Magazine, December/January 2019
  • Noncitizen Youth in the Juvenile Justice System: the Serious Consequences of Failed Confidentiality by ICE Referral, 2017 BYU L. Rev. 385 (2017)

Admitted to Practice -  

Utah State Bar, 2016