On December 8, 2022, the Clark County Bar Association (CCBA) held the election of members to serve on the association’s board of directors during 2023. The following bar members were elected to serve on the CCBA Board of Directors though December 31, 2024:
• Heather Anderson-Fintak of Southern Nevada Health District
• Christena Georgas-Burns of Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada
• Paul Lal of NV Energy
They will serve on the 2023 CCBA Board of Directors with their colleagues whose terms expire December 31, 2023:
• Brandon Kemble of City of Henderson – President
• Paul Ray of Paul C. Ray, Chtd. – President-Elect
• Joel Henriod of Lewis Roca – Secretary/Treasurer
• Mark Blackman of Barrett Daffin Frappier Treder & Weiss
• Annette Bradley of B & B Realty Investment Group
• Jacquelyn Franco of Backus Carranza
• James T. Leavitt of Leavitt Legal Services, PC
• Alia A. Najjar, M.D. of Ladah Law Firm, PLLC
• Will Sykes of Claggett & Sykes Law Firm
• The Honorable Bita Yeager of Eighth Judicial District Court, Dept. 1 – Judicial Appointee
• Nedda Ghandi of Ghandi Deeter Blackham Law – Ex Officio – Past President (’22)
The CCBA’s incoming president Brandon Kemble commented, “The CCBA’s success is owed to the folks who are willing to pitch in and share their time and talents. I am looking forward to working with this new group of exceptional individuals and am excited about the direction of the CCBA. I want to give a special thank you to everyone who sought election and thank those who took the time and effort to participate in the elective process.”
Brandon Kemble is an Assistant City Attorney in the Civil Division with the City of Henderson. Brandon handles litigation for the City and provides legal advice and legislative support for various City departments.
Members of the CCBA Board of Directors are expected to be sworn in during the next Clark County Bar Luncheon.
About the CCBA
The CCBA is organized to encourage the practice of law as a profession; to promote the administration of justice; to encourage a thorough and continuing legal education; to maintain the honor and integrity of the legal profession; to promote high ethical standards of professional conduct; and to cultivate social fellowship and camaraderie among its members.