The State Bar of Nevada is a public corporation that operates under the supervision of the Nevada Supreme Court. The state bar regulates attorneys in Nevada and provides education and development programs for the legal profession and the public. Since its foundation in 1928, the State Bar of Nevada has committed itself to serving its members and the public. From its admissions, lawyer regulation and client protection divisions to services such as lawyer referral, law related education and access to justice, the State Bar of Nevada has a wide variety of programs designed to meet its mission. The state bar has two office locations in Las Vegas and Reno and supports a staff of about 50 people who perform a wide variety of services.
“Our mission is to govern the legal profession, to serve our members, and to protect the public interest.”