Adam C. Gregg
Adam C. Gregg is an associate attorney with BrownWinick. Adam is engaged in the general practice of law, including but not limited to the areas of governmental relations, litigation,agricultural law, environmental law, administrative law andemployment law.
Adam brings extensive political experience to BrownWinick's lobbying practice group. He has been involved in a number of state and federal political campaigns, including work for the 2004 campaign of U.S. Senator John Thune and managing the Iowa Senate campaign of Senator Larry Noble. While studying abroad in London, Adam served as a legislative assistant and campaign staff to Cheryl Gillan, member of the United Kingdom Parliament. As a student, Adam also completed internships in Washington with the U.S. Department of Defense and U.S. Congressman Steve King. Adam has considerable experience in campaign finance and election law, having work experience with the Iowa Ethics and Campaign Disclosure Board and having served as a member of the Executive Committee of the Free Speech and Election Law Practice Group of the national Federalist Society. He has also conducted significant academic research in the area of election law.
Adam graduated, summa cum laude, from Central College in 2006, receiving his B.A. in Political Science and History. While at Central College, Adam was twice honored as the school's top political science student. Adam received his J.D. in 2009, with high honors, from Drake University. At Drake Law School, Adam was a recipient of the Dwight D. Opperman Scholarship. He was also chosen by the faculty to receive the William and Ellen Cooney Hoye Award, given annually to the graduating student who "demonstrates the greatest promise as an advocate, a public servant and practitioner," and who "has demonstrated not only academic promise, but also leadership ability, the speaking and writing skills of an effective advocate, and a commitment to public service and Drake Law School." Adam was chosen as an Iowa Supreme Court Scholar and in that capacity conducted legal research in the area of election law with Justice Mark S. Cady. Additionally, Adam clerked for U.S. Magistrate Judge Celeste F. Bremer through Drake's Honors Judicial Internship program.
Adam also devotes his time to community service and volunteer activities. In March 2008, he organized a group of law students to volunteer with the Pro Bono Project in New Orleans, where he worked primarily on legal issues faced by the homeless. Adam was a founding member and currently serves as Vice President of the Iowa Federalist Society. He also volunteers his time as a member of the Committee on Accountable Government of the Iowa Taxpayers Association.
Adam is a member of the Polk County and Iowa State Bar Associations, and he was admitted to the Iowa bar in 2009.