Empathetic Criminal Defense Lawyer in Salt Lake City, Utah

Adam L. Nash - partner

Contact: adamnash@larsennash.com

A Utah native, attorney Adam L. Nash grew up in Ogden. He is now a partner at Larsen, Larsen, Nash & Larsen, where he focuses his practice on criminal defense, criminal law and civil personal injury cases. His clients appreciate his accessibility and his dedication to their well-being.

After completing undergraduate study and achieving his bachelor’s degree in finance, Adam spent time as a banking, business valuation and estate planning professional. He then decided to return to academia, attending law school to pursue his juris doctorate. While a student, he excelled as an invited member of the University of Idaho Law Review and as its Business Editor. At the same time, he also served as a member of the University of Idaho Innocence Project — an important organization dedicated to investigating real cases of possible wrongful convictions and freeing unjustly imprisoned inmates.

These experiences allowed Adam to cultivate a passion for criminal justice, and he is, indeed, a champion for the rights of his clients, particularly those who have been charged with crimes. Over the years, he has become a shrewd and effective criminal defense lawyer. Furthermore, his finance background allows him to handle estate planning and other matters involving both law and finance.

Choose a qualified and compassionate Salt Lake City criminal defense and personal injury attorney

To talk to Adam Nash about your case today, or for more information about his qualifications, call Larsen, Larsen, Nash & Larsen at 801-758-8728 or contact our firm online to schedule your free consultation. Conveniently located in West Valley City, we represent clients throughout Salt Lake County and the surrounding areas of northern Utah, including Summit County and Davis County, and Wabash, Provo, Ogden and Park City.


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Education

  • J.D., University of Idaho College of Law, 2002
    • Business Editor, University of Idaho Law Review, 2001-2002
  • B.S., finance, Utah State University, 1998

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