Zach Butterworth advises clients on law, public policy and government relations matters in Louisiana and Washington, D.C. He has strong, bipartisan relationships with federal, state and local public officials, and he has led persuasive coalitions across a spectrum of policy areas.
On the federal level, he has worked closely with Louisiana’s congressional delegation and with key staff and members on the Senate and House Committees relevant to the interests of Louisiana. In addition, Zach has cultivated a breadth of contacts across the Trump Administration.
In Baton Rouge, he has worked closely with the Governor’s office, cabinet officials and legislators for many years. In addition, he has been a member of emergency response teams managing preparation, response and communication during a number of natural disasters.
Immediately prior to joining Adams and Reese, Zach served as the Executive Counsel and Director of Intergovernmental Affairs for the City of New Orleans, overseeing all intergovernmental affairs for the City of New Orleans where he acted as the primary liaison for legislative negotiations with all federal, state and local elected officials and more than 100 boards and commissions.
Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, J.D., 2009