Clark County Bar Luncheon to Feature Perspectives on Judicial Campaigns

On Thursday, December 12, 2019, the Clark County Bar Association will host the “Clark County Bar Luncheon & Annual Meeting,” a special event sponsored by Bank of Nevada, First Legal, Peak IT Group, and MediLegal, A Professional Nursing Corporation for members of the southern Nevada legal community. This private event will be hosted by CCBA President Jason Stoffel at the Grotto Ristorante, inside the Golden Nugget Las Vegas Hotel & Casino in downtown Las Vegas.

During this special event, luncheon attendees will hear from two guest speakers:

Both speakers, who are known for representing judicial candidates in Clark County, will address the topic of judicial elections in southern Nevada. Their perspectives of past elections may help to frame the field for the coming election season, as over 65 state and district nonpartisan judicial offices are up for election in 2020. Bar members who are interested in learning more on the topic of judicial elections should attend this luncheon, as the period for candidate filing begins–only a few weeks later–on January 6, 2020.

Additionally, at this luncheon event, attendees will dine, network, and enjoy featured activities, including:

  • Volunteer appreciation awards ceremony
  • Election of the 2020 CCBA executive board*
  • Gift basket giveaways

The Clark County Bar Luncheon & Annual Meeting is open for attendance by all members of the Nevada legal community; however, seating will be limited to persons who RSVP and provide payment to the Clark County Bar Association by the published deadline.

To attend this special event, RSVP to the Clark County Bar Association no later than December 7, 2019.

For more information and to RSVP for this event, see event registration form (via Constant Contact online or via PDF file to download version), or call to the Clark County Bar at 702-387-6011.

*For more information about this election, see “2020 CCBA Executive Board of Directors Election Info – Amended 11/20/2019” at (Updated 12/9/2019)