Local Publication Highlights Evolving Career of New Associate Jared Adams
The Hamilton County Herald recently published “Former Corker Aide Joins Chambliss With Health Care, Nonprofit Focus,” an article highlighting new associate Jared Adams’ evolving legal career. From working at the U.S. Capitol to closing transactions in Roanoke to settling in Chattanooga, Jared has had an exciting start to his legal practice. The Herald’s profile covers Jared’s experience working for U.S. Sen. Bob Corker, his personal views on the importance of community impact, and why Chattanooga was a good fit for Jared and his family.
Here’s a snapshot from the article:
Given what attracted you to the law, how did you end up doing transactional work?
…”While working with Corker, I considered earning a Master of Laws and becoming a tax attorney, but once I entered private practice, I realized I enjoyed making deals – helping companies and nonprofits grow and move from phase to phase.
Are you enjoying the law, or do you wish you’d stuck with pre-pharmacy?
“One thing I like about Chambliss is you actually become a partner with your clients. We’re outside counsel, but a lot of our clients allow us to become part of the process of their development, which is very gratifying.”
Jared is an associate in the firm’s Health Care and Charitable and Public Purpose Organizations service groups. He often counsels for-profit and nonprofit entities throughout the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic in the health care, biotech, transportation, professional services, and manufacturing industries. He often works with organizations, including nonprofits, startups, and established companies on a wide range of business and regulatory matters. As a member of Chambliss Startup Group, he counsels entrepreneurs and startups from beginning to end, advising on issues like entity formation, fundraising through venture and seed financings, and mergers and acquisitions. For more information on his practice or experience, visit Jared’s bio.