Kyle Adamson has practiced law in Nevada County since 2015 when he opened his first law practice in connection with the California State Bar’s Access to Justice Grant program, focusing on the provision of affordable legal representation for low-income individuals and small businesses.
Kyle’s respect for the law and zealous representation of his clients is only the start of his professional ethics. Kyle is committed to use his knowledge and efforts for benefit Californians and the legal community alike. Kyle’s past volunteer work include participating in community events like the Nevada County All Veterans Stand Down Event, providing disaster relief legal advice for the wildfire victims, and advocating for immigrants as a Certified Student Attorney in law school.
Kyle is also committed to the general advancement of the legal community by volunteering his time as an at-large member of the Nevada County Bar Association’s Executive Committee since 2016, as well as previously serving as an at-large member of Northern California Lawyer Access, Inc.’s Board of Directors.
Kyle is proud to work with Kim LaValley at the Gold Country Workers’ Comp Center advocating for injured workers’ and disabled individuals’ rights at a time when they need expert legal representation most. Kyle earned his J.D. from Western State College of Law, and received a Business Law Certificate, with distinction, from Western State College of Law’s Business Law Center.