Adam Stewart Lambert is a lifelong Algiers resident. He is married to Cristine Lambert and is the proud father of his son, Dillon Lambert. Adam graduated from the Orleans Parish Public School System and went on to obtain a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of New Orleans and a law degree from LSU Law School in Baton Rouge.
While at LSU Law School, Adam was honored as a member of the Moot Court Board and a semi-finalist in the Tullis Moot Court Competition. While in law school, Adam served as a Law Clerk in the Louisiana State Senate and the Louisiana Attorney General’s Office.
In October of 1997, Adam passed all nine sections of the Louisiana State Bar and he has been in private practice since. Adam also worked as the Law Clerk for Second City Court under retired Judge Mary “KK” Norman from 1999 to 2012.
Adam enjoys reading, fishing, boating, cooking, and he is an avid Saints fan, Hornets fan, and LSU Tigers fan! He is an active member of the Algiers Kiwanis Club, a Patron Member of the Friends of the Algiers Courthouse, a Charter Member of the National World War II Museum, and he is active in several charitable and civic endeavors, including several Pro Bono Publico legal matters he has handled on behalf of well-deserving people who cannot afford legal counsel.
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