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Bryce Rhoades headshotCOVINGTON, KY – Adams Law, PLLC is pleased to announce that it has named Bryce C. Rhoades as its newest partner.

Bryce is a member of the firm’s Local Government and School Law Practice Groups. He focuses his practice on the representation of cities, school districts, and other government entities. During his career, he has represented government entities in the Kentucky Supreme Court, the Kentucky Court of Appeals, and the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Bryce joined Adams Law in 2015. Prior to that, he spent three years as Assistant City Solicitor for the City of Covington, He began his career as a law clerk for the late Justice Wil Schroder of the Supreme Court of Kentucky.

Currently, Bryce serves on the Board of Directors of the Northern Kentucky Bar Association and Neighborhood Investment Partners, a nonprofit that strives to provide affordable housing in the City of Covington. He is also a member of the Northern Kentucky Regional Ethics Authority Enforcement Committee. He is the 2019 recipient of the Kentucky Bar Association Young Lawyers Division Service to Community Award. He resides in Covington.

For more information about the legal services offered by the Adams, Law, please visit www.adamsattorneys.com.


Adams Law, PLLC is a full-service law firm with offices in Covington, Kentucky, serving clients in Kentucky and Ohio.  The firm’s attorneys have been providing unparalleled legal services in Kentucky and in the Greater Cincinnati region for more than 125 years.  Our entire legal team is focused on ensuring the highest quality representation while maintaining trust with positive results for every client that we serve.

Adams Law, PLLC is proud to offer a full range of legal services to meet any legal challenge, including business representationlitigationgovernment practiceestate planning and probateemployment lawcommercial litigation, and real estate.  Please visit www.adamsattorneys.com for more information.

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