Kira Adams



Insurance coverage, commercial litigation

Bar Admissions:
State of Colorado
USDC District of Colorado
United States Supreme Court


My practice focuses on civil litigation. I have experience litigating and advising on a variety of issues involving insurance defense (including bad faith litigation, breach of contract claims and third-party claims), coverage analyses and property claims. I thoroughly enjoy motions practice, analyzing claim files, and creating strong and effective game plans with my clients geared towards successful results.

A quote to live by and to work toward: “Fight for the things that you care about. But do it in a way that will lead others to join you.” — Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Outside of work, I am an avid reader and am an active member of four book clubs, focusing on reading general fiction and nonfiction, classics, and classics by women written before 2000. I am also a member of the Jane Austen Society of North America. I love analyzing these texts and having discussions with people of all ages. In connection with my memberships in book clubs, I started a newsletter and write book reviews for my local bookstore in Parker, Colorado. I really enjoy traveling internationally and throughout the United States. It is a goal of mine to visit all 50 states and every continent. A lot of my time is also spent exploring Colorado with my husband and two Labrador Retrievers.

I carry these skills and use them to guide me in my legal practice, whether it’s by analyzing discovery materials, writing litigation reports, finding the right questions to ask a deponent, reaching the right tone at mediation or connecting with people of different ages and backgrounds. I use my itinerary planning skills in my legal practice every day in making discovery plans and full case chronologies, which guide me and my coworkers to resolutions of cases. I tackle my case load like I do my lengthy “to be read” list, with motivation and dedication.


Where I Studied

I graduated summa cum laude from Centenary University (Hackettstown, New Jersey) with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, with a concentration in Marketing and Sports Management. I earned my J.D. from New England Law | Boston (cum laude), where I served as an editor on the New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement. As a member of this journal, I wrote and published an article titled, Athletes Sacked by Moral Turpitude Clauses: Presumed Guilty Unless Proven Innocent, 41 New Eng. J. on Crim. & Civ. Confinement 367 (2015). I am admitted to practice before the Colorado State and Federal Courts, Connecticut State Courts, Massachusetts State Courts, and the United States Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit.

Global Experience

Where I’ve Been

Growing up, I played competitive AAU basketball with the Connecticut Storm and the Connecticut Gold and was recruited to play in college. During college, I developed an annual Sports Management Conference involving panelists in various positions in the sports world and worked as a game-day intern for the Connecticut Sun, a WNBA team. Through this internship, I was responsible for assisting with game promotions, MVP voting, and fan engagement. I have also completed internship/contests with the NCAA March Madness tournament, NASCAR/M&M/Camping World, Preston Parks & Recreation Department, Quinnipiac University Bookstore, Greater Boston Legal Services, and Suffolk County Superior Court. Before moving to Colorado, I lived in Boston and worked at an insurance defense firm in Wellesley, Massachusetts.

I use my work experiences and background in sports to guide the way I tackle a new case. I always work on my game and continue to analyze the field of play to make educated recommendations to my clients.


My Papers and Press

  • Athletes Sacked by Moral Turpitude Clauses: Presumed Guilty Unless Proven Innocent, 41 New Eng. J. on Crim. & Civ. Confinement 367 (2015)

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