Adam Lambert has been a regular fixture in the campus activities community for over fifteen years now and is regularly engaged to speak on issues affecting colleges across the nation.
For the past several years, Mr. Lambert has remained on retainer by The Association for the Promotion of Campus Activities (“APCA”) to speak on various issues affecting the campus activities community and higher ed. He is also the author of the popular magazine column Campus Law.
He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of New Orleans and a law degree from LSU Law School. He has been a practicing attorney in federal and state court since 1997. Adam is an active member of the Kiwanis Club, a Charter Member of the National World War II Museum (formerly the D-Day Museum), and he is active in several charitable and civic endeavors, including several Pro Bono Publico legal matters he handles on behalf of well-deserving people who cannot afford legal counsel. He lives in New Orleans, Louisiana, with his wife and family.
Speaking Topics Include:
Clery Act Training
Student Speech / Code of Conduct
HALT Campus Sexual Violence Act
Alcohol and Drug Use
Social Media Issues / Legal Issues surrounding the internet
Civility on Campus
Plagiarism / Copyright Issues
Sexual Assault Prevention / Training