UPDATE: 3/22/2022. See below for updates listed in bold font.
Corporate attorney Annette Bradley recently accepted an invitation to join the Clark County Bar Association’s Board of Directors. Annette has over 20 years’ experience as an attorney. She brings with her extensive knowledge in public administration, business management, risk management, employment, contracts, and regulatory, governance, and corporate compliance matters.
Annette has been an active member of the CCBA since 2011. Annette is the founding chair of the CCBA’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee for Equity, a member of the CCBA’s Community Service Committee, a member of the Las Vegas chapter of the National Bar Association, and a Director on the Nevada Senior Games Board.
Annette is the second African-American woman and fourth African-American attorney to serve on the CCBA’s board of directors in the association’s 88-year history.
CCBA President (’22) Nedda Ghandi shared,
“I am personally so grateful to Annette for her years of service in the Clark County legal community and welcome her to the Board. I know we are all looking forward to working with her during her term. She will be an incredible asset to the Board for her creative insight, innovation, and extensive knowledge.”
“The importance of providing quality educational and networking opportunities for our growing legal community cannot be overstated. I am honored to be a part of the Board as they identify and promote such professional opportunities and look forward to working with them in the service and support of our members.” Annette commented.
Annette stepped up to fill a recent vacancy on the CCBA’s board of directors. She will be sworn-in as a board member during the CCBA’s Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon on March 31, 2022. She is expected to serve on the CCBA board from 2022 through 2023.