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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

Washoe County Senior Judge Peter Breen Honored for 40 Years of Service

Thursday, March 23, the Nevada Supreme Court and Governor Brian Sandoval recognized Senior Judge Peter I. Breen for 40 years of service to the State of Nevada, 32 years of which were as a sitting District Court Judge in Washoe County.

Judge Breen’s accomplishments include creating Nevada’s first drug court in July 1995 in Reno’s Second Judicial ...Read More

Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Monday for the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals

Grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremonies are scheduled for the new courtrooms and chambers for the Supreme Court of Nevada and Nevada Court of Appeals. The ceremonies will begin at 1:15 p.m. on Monday, March 27,  at the 5th Street School followed by ribbon cutting and tours at the Supreme Court of Nevada and Nevada ...Read More

Nevada Judicial Selection Sends Three Names to Governor Sandoval for Second Judicial Court Vacancy

The Nevada Commission on Judicial Selection sent the names of three attorneys for consideration by Governor Brian Sandoval to fill an open judicial seat in the Second Judicial District Court. The individual will serve the remaining term in Dept. 8 made vacant by the appointment of Lidia S. Stiglich to the Nevada Supreme Court.

The nominees ...Read More

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