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Update to File & Serve Software Upgrades at Clark County Court

Only two weeks left! Tyler Technologies is upgrading their e-filing product for Nevada courts to “File and Serve.” The upgrade will be completed by May 15, 2017. Effective May 15, 2017 users will only be able to file into File and Serve. When they turn on “File and Serve”, the legacy product will be available in a read-only […]

May 2017 issue of COMMUNIQUÉ Published

We are pleased to announce the release of Communiqué (May 2017), the official publication of the Clark County Bar Association. In this issue, our main articles focus on matters related to law surrounding sports. Read these articles written by attorneys for attorneys: Professional Sports and Wagering in Las Vegas By Greg Gemignani, Esq. and Jennifer Roberts, Esq. […]

Trial By Peers (a youth court program) Needs Nevada Attorneys to Volunteer

The Clark County Law Foundation is in need of several Nevada attorneys to volunteer to be senior attorneys for the juvenile diversion program, Trial By Peers (TBP). This spring and summer, the TBP program will be busy with cases to process and students to train. They need more volunteers to help out ASAP. Learn more about this opportunity […]

City of Las Vegas Seeks Offers for Public Attorney for Indigent Defendants

NEW PROJECT NOTICE: 170139-JL RFP for Public Attorney Services The City of Las Vegas (City) hereby invites qualified firms or individuals (Offerors) to submit written proposals for consideration as a Public Attorney for Indigent Defendants. The City will use the Successful Offerors to establish a candidate pool for future openings. Public Attorneys for Indigent Defendants work […]

April 2017 issue of COMMUNIQUÉ Published

We are pleased to announce the April 2017 issue of our journal COMMUNIQUÉ has been published. This issue focuses on matters related to the topic of business litigation. The following articles were written by attorneys for attorneys: “’I Don’t Think That Ladies Should Be Lawyers.’” By Tami D. Cowden, Esq. “Diversity in the Nevada Bar?” By Bryan K. […]

Clark County Court Orders Standardized Form, Procedures for Settlement Program

On March 30, 2017, Eighth Judicial District Court Chief Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez signed an administrative order in the matter of the Senior Judge Settlement Program in the Family Division. In Administrative Order 17-04 (AO 17-04), the court cites Rule 2.51 of the Rules of Practice for the Eighth Judicial District Court, the need for the […]