Diversity and Inclusion Activities

CCBA members are invited to help our organization in its efforts to enrich the lives and careers of our members and our community. See below for information on upcoming activities hosted by our Diversity and Inclusion Committee for Equity (DICE).

Attorney Mentors Sought for Boyd Law Mentorship Program

Members of the bar are invited to mentor students at the UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law. The new mentorship program at UNLV Law is designed to pair a first-generation law student with an attorney in the Las Vegas area. First generation students often feel, and are, alone when trying to navigate the legal field. The purpose of this program is to bridge that gap. The attorney-mentor is someone the law student-mentee can go to for any questions they might have about law school, summer internships, practice areas, the bar exam, entry into the legal field, etc. Interested attorneys are invited to fill out the excel spreadsheet and send it to elody.tignor@ogletree.com. For more information about the mentorship program, reach out to Elody Tignor at Ogletree Deakins or Brian Wall, Associate Dean for Student Affairs, UNLV Law.


These will be educational events for members of the southern Nevada legal community to attend.

A special two-part CLE series

“An Introduction to Critical Race Theory” – a CLE program

“Critical Race Theory on Civil Rights and Criminalization” – a CLE program


These two events will be special CLE programs featuring a panel presentation made by notable law professors from UNLV and USD law schools. This event will be a non-partisan discussion to demystify an important and current topic of critical race theory (CRT). Following the presentation will be a question and answer and meet-and-greet between participants and presenters. Light refreshments to be served.

Support DICE

Please make a donation to support the activities of the CCBA’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee for Equity (DICE). Thank you!

Donation for Diversity & Inclusion Activities

Clark County Bar Association (CCBA) is a 501(c)(6) non-profit member organization. Contributions to the CCBA are not deductible for federal income tax purposes as charitable contributions.

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Learn about DICE

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