Attorney Adam Christenson, one of Idaho Business Review’s 2020 Accomplished Under 40Added by Hawley Troxell in News on May 6, 2020
Boise, Idaho – May 6, 2020. Hawley Troxell is pleased to announce Adam Christenson, a partner with the firm, has been selected as one of Idaho Business Review’s 2020 Accomplished Under 40. Each year, a selection committee comprised of past winners and Idaho Business Review staff review dozens of nominations before finalizing the list of honorees. The judges consider applicants based on leadership, professional accomplishments, community support and vision/meeting goals.
Adam, a native of Boise, focuses his practice primarily on providing services to the firm’s clients in the areas of public finance and banking. Adam has significant experience working as bond counsel, underwriter’s counsel, bank counsel, and issuer’s counsel in municipal and other finance transactions. In addition, he represents a wide variety of lenders and borrowers in the documentation and due diligence necessary for securitized lending.
Adam’s colleagues and clients had many accolades to share, “Adam has proven to be a strong voice and young leader within the firm. As a member of the firm’s strategic planning committee and also a member of the firm’s hiring committee, he has been entrusted with a significant amount of influence over the future direction of Hawley Troxell.” states one of his partner colleagues. A client states that, “Adam’s ability to clearly distinguish between legal issues and business issues – and explain those differences concisely – allows me to effectively manage legal and business risks so that I can confidently make appropriate business decisions.” And from another client and peer, “Adam has built a reputation as a true leader in our community.”
Adam received Idaho Business Review’s Leaders in Law Up & Coming in 2017, and is a graduate of the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce Leadership Boise 2016-2018 class.
Idaho Business Review will host the Accomplished Under 40 honorees at an awards dinner on September 3, 2020.
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