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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

Three to be Considered for Second Judicial District Position

The Nevada Commission on Judicial Selection sent Governor Brian Sandoval three names for consideration to fill the open judicial seat in Dept. 1 of the Second Judicial District Court in Reno created by the retirement of Judge Janet J. Berry.

The nominees were selected following interviews by the Commission June 19 at the Nevada Supreme Court ...Read More

Guardianship Commission Reforms Adopted in 2017 Legislative Session

The 2017 Nevada State Legislature acted in a significant manner to reform Nevada’s guardianship laws following a report from the Supreme Court’s Commission to Study the Administration of Guardianships in Nevada’s Courts.

A total of seven guardianship reform laws were introduced by legislators. The commission’s report recommended changes made by five of the new laws signed ...Read More

Bar Seeking Applications for Right to Counsel Commission

SB377, signed by Governor Brian Sandoval this month, created the Nevada Right to Counsel Commission, a 13-person commission charged with improving the delivery of indigent defense services in Nevada. The governor will appoint 10 of the members among various interested entities. The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Nevada will serve as an ex-officio ...Read More

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