Alumni (Fellow)

Adam Lovelady

Simpson Thacher & Bartlett Fellow
B.A. Auburn University (2002)
J.D. University of Virginia (2008)
Other (Graduate) University of Virginia (2008)
School of Law


Adam Lovelady is an assistant professor at the School of Government at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he focuses on city planning and land use law. Adam received his B.A. from Auburn University and graduate planning and law degrees from the University of Virginia. Adam joined the faculty at the UNC School of Government after practicing law with McGuireWoods for five years. He lives in Chapel Hill with his wife, Tracy, and three sons.

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