Adam S. Gamboa is an associate with the firm’s Litigation Department. He represents and advises clients in a wide range of litigation contexts. His practice is primarily focused on professional malpractice defense, commercial litigation, insurance coverage, and high exposure motor vehicle accidents. He is committed to providing value to every client that hires him by delivering results that save his clients money and reduce their risks.
Adam is admitted to the Oregon and Washington State Bars. He is a member of the City Club of Portland New Leaders Council, the Oregon Minority Lawyers Association, and the Multnomah Bar Association where he previously served on the YLS Membership Committee. He also serves as a pro bono attorney at the Legal Aid Services of Oregon Bankruptcy Clinic and previously served as a pro bono attorney with the Community Development Law Center.
Adam received his law degree from the University of San Diego School of Law where he was a recipient of the School of Law Scholarship. While in law school Adam also attended the Institute on International and Comparative Law in Barcelona and London, respectively. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California at Berkeley where he majored in political science.
“Can a Plaintiff Abandon an Undiscovered Tort Claim in Bankruptcy?” The Verdict, Oregon Association of Defense Counsel Quarterly Magazine (Summer 2011)
Adam co-authored the City Club of Portland Ballot Measure 43 Committee Report (2006)