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Team CCBA Taking Steps to Cure Cancer

  On Saturday, November 5, 2016, members of the Clark County Bar Association’s Community Service Committee (aka “Team CCBA”) will participate in the Light The Night event to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Southern Nevada Chapter. All members of the CCBA are invited to support the LLS and support Team CCBA’s efforts. CCBA members can sign up […]

November 2016 issue of COMMUNIQUÉ Published

We are pleased to announce the November 2016 issue of our journal COMMUNIQUÉ has been published. This issue focuses on the topic of veterans law matters. The following articles were written by attorneys for attorneys: “Representing Veterans on Their Disability Claims Before the VA” by Travis N. Barrick, Esq. “Military Retirement Primer” by Marshal S. Willick, Esq. “Impact of […]

New Admittees Luncheon on Oct. 27, 2016 at Regional Justice Center

On Thursday, October 27, 2016, from Noon to 1 p.m., the Clark County Bar Association (CCBA) will host a luncheon for new admittees to the State Bar of Nevada. This casual event will provide an opportunity for the newest members of the State Bar of Nevada to meet judges, commissioners, and court staff who serve southern Nevada. Also, new […]

Donations Sought for “Blanket the Homeless Project”

We are excited to announce a new community service project of the Clark County Bar Association and the Clark County Law Foundation. The “Blanket the Homeless” project is designed to provide new blankets to the homeless served by local charities including Catholic Charities, Shade Tree, Veteran’s Village, and Caridad.  However, financial donations are sought to […]

Justice of the Peace Natalie Tyrrell Elected to AJA Board

North Las Vegas Justice Court Justice of the Peace Natalie Tyrrell was elected to the American Judges Association (AJA) Board of Governors at their annual conference in September.  The objective and purpose of the AJA is to promote and improve the effective administration of justice and to maintain the status and independence of the judiciary.  Judge […]

Nominations to CCBA Executive Board Due November 14, 2016

Nominations from Clark County Bar Association (CCBA) members to serve on the 2017 CCBA Executive Board will be accepted through Monday, November 14, 2016. Nominations should be sent to the CCBA President Catherine Mazzeo at prez@clarkcountybar.org. The nominating committee shall consider the following criteria and characteristics as applied to each prospective nominee in their application: […]

Volunteers Needed to Judge UNLV Law School Competition

The CCBA is organizing volunteers to  to judge the law students at the upcoming Client Counseling Competition at UNLV’s Boyd School of Law on Friday, October 21 (5:45-10pm) and Saturday, October (10am-2pm) with most volunteers needed for the preliminary rounds on Friday night. Learn more about the event and register to volunteer at one of the […]

October 2016 issue of COMMUNIQUÉ Published

We are pleased to announce the October 2016 issue of our journal COMMUNIQUÉ has been published. This issue focuses on the topic of transportation law matters. The following articles were written by attorneys for attorneys: “The Intersection of Transportation and Takings” by Clark County Deputy District Attorney Scott Davis “The Enduring Myth of the Common Carrier” by Michael […]

Live CLE Seminars Scheduled for Fall 2016

We are excited to announce our fall schedule of live programs to provide continuing legal education to Nevada lawyers: “Contempt in a Nutshell” Learn about related problems, contempt proceeds, and possible penalties. Speaker: Second Judicial District Court Judge David Hardy Date: Friday, September 30, 2016 Time: 1:00 to 3:15 p.m. Location: Depo International, Mock Trial Courtroom, 703 […]

September 2016 issue of Bar Journal COMMUNIQUÉ Published

We are pleased to announce the September 2016 issue of our journal COMMUNIQUÉ has been published. This issue focuses on the topic of constitutional law matters. The following articles were written by attorneys for attorneys: “’Playing It By Ear,’ or Equity and Constitutional Construction” by Gerard Dondero, Esq. “If You Can’t Say Anything Good about Someone, Start a […]