Adams and Reese attorney Rick Flowers has been elected Partner in Charge of the firm’s St. Petersburg office. The firm has 16 Partners in Charge, one for each of its offices across the southern United States and Washington DC.
“I am honored to be selected by my peers to help lead our St. Petersburg office,” Flowers said. “This is an exciting opportunity to continue to grow our office within the St. Petersburg business community for our clients, attorneys and staff.”
Flowers has been practicing law since 1998, focusing his diverse practice in both civil litigation and transactional work with an emphasis on real-estate related matters. Flowers is a member of the Florida Real Property and Probate Section of the Florida Bar, and a member of International Council of Shopping Centers.
Flowers received his J.D., cum laude, from Stetson University College of Law in 1996, and earned his B.S.B.A. with honors from the University of Florida in1993. While in law school he served as an Assistant Editor of the Stetson Law Review.
Flowers is a graduate of Leadership St. Pete, Class of 2012.
In the community, he is on the Board of Directors for Russell Foundation, a member of “Clutch Hitters” and a volunteer for All Children's Hospital, Fairmount Park Elementary School, Keswick Christian School and the Fishing Rights Alliance. He was a previous recipient of the St. Petersburg Association of Legal Support Specialists "Boss of the Year" award; and a recipient of the Halo Crew, Inc.’s "Wings" Award for Charitable Contributions.
Adams and Reese is a multidisciplinary law firm with more than 340 attorneys and advisors strategically located in 16 offices in 15 markets throughout the southern United States and Washington, D.C. American Lawyer includes Adams and Reese on its distinguished list of the nation's top law firms - "The Am Law 200". The National Law Journal also includes the firm on the "NLJ 350" list of the nation's largest law firms.