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Sign Up for the 2017 Annual Meeting

Meet. Rock Out. Repeat.

The State Bar of Nevada is presenting its Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas.

Topics covered at the three-day event will include a presentation by the Nevada Supreme Court; a 2017 U.S. Supreme Court Update with Professor Chemerinsky and a lively debate regarding the Business of Marijuana. This year’s Annual meeting also features a ...Read More

Nevada Judicial Selection Recommends Six Names to Governor Sandoval for Two Eighth District Seats

The Nevada Commission on Judicial Selection sent Governor Brian Sandoval six names for consideration to fill two open judicial seats in the Eighth Judicial District Court.

The nominees were selected following interviews by the Commission April 12 – 13, 2017 in Las Vegas. The final selection of each judge will be made by Governor Sandoval.

The selected ...Read More

Governor Sandoval Appoints Barry Breslow to Second Judicial District Court

Governor Brian Sandoval announced the appointment of Barry Breslow to the Second Judicial District Court, Department 8 on April 3. The vacancy was created by Governor Sandoval’s appointment of Lidia Stiglich to the Nevada Supreme Court.

“Mr. Breslow brings nearly thirty years of civil litigation experience to the bench. He has also spent significant time as ...Read More

Recent Study: Attorneys at Risk for Alcoholism, Depression

A recent study in the Journal of Addiction Medicine coauthored by Patrick Krill, Ryan Johnson and Linda Albert, discovered an alarming prevalence of potentially harmful or dependent drinking among attorneys, with more than 20 percent of reporting lawyers exhibiting such behavior. The study also found more than 28 percent of attorneys reported experiencing feelings of ...Read More

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