Adam J. Gleason was born in Denver, Colorado. He attended Colorado State University in Fort Collins where he received his bachelor’s degree in History and Government. After completing his undergraduate degree, Mr. Gleason moved to Washington where he attended Gonzaga University School of Law.
While at Gonzaga University, Mr. Gleason focused on non-profit administrative and environmental work with several prominent international environmental organizations. Focusing on Clean Water Act enforcement, Adam earned a coveted scholarship for his work holding both government entities and private companies accountable for illegal discharge into Pacific Northwest rivers.
After receiving his Juris Doctorate, Mr. Gleason served as a legal clerk in the Eighteenth Judicial District, working under a District Court Judge where he researched and drafted legal opinions. After completing his clerkship, Adam moved to Boulder, Colorado, where he practiced criminal defense for three years. Mr. Gleason handled hundreds of criminal cases across the state of Colorado, gaining a wealth of experience in trial work and advocacy.
Now representing victims of the negligent and reckless behavior of others, Mr. Gleason practiced at a high volume personal injury law firm for several years. Seeking a smaller, more client-driven practice, Mr. Gleason joined Larson Larimer Schneider, P.C. in August of 2020. Mr. Gleason is able to dedicate substantial time to ensuring his clients’ needs are the top priority.
As a native Coloradan, Mr. Gleason is passionate about the outdoors. Golfing, upland hunting, and fly fishing are some of his hobbies. As a former certified fly fishing guide, Mr. Gleason spends as much time on the water as he can with his wife and daughter.