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Adam Baugh

Withey Morris, PLC

Adam Baugh is a land use and zoning attorney and partner at Withey Morris, PLC.  He is an experienced problem-solver with a talent for removing obstacles that impede development.  Adam has helped landowners and builders succeed in environments that frequently appear hostile to development.  As a result, he regularly appears before neighborhood organizations, planning commissions, city councils, and appellate hearings to advocate and obtain land use entitlements, business approvals, and liquor licenses.

While Adam’s skillsets include obtaining zoning and land use entitlements for the full scope of development clients and substantive work in liquor licensing, he has developed unique experience working with infill development projects across the Valley.  His success has helped clients obtain rezone approvals, stipulation changes, variances, use permits, site plan approvals, plats, and more.  Beyond land use entitlements, clients trust Adam with intensive real estate matters such as easements, development agreements, and code enforcement violations.

Adam graduated from Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law in 2006. He is the father of four young children and an avid runner and sports fan. He is also actively involved in the community, serving on a variety of community boards and committees, including as a board member of Gilbert CAN (Community Action Network), a local non-profit service organization.