Chief Justice Elissa Cadish of the Supreme Court of Nevada will make a special address to members of Nevada’s legal community during the Clark County Bar Luncheon on January 24, 2024.
Chief Justice Elissa Cadish was elected to the Supreme Court of Nevada in 2018, joining that court in 2019. She will assume the position of Chief Justice on January 2, 2024. Chief Justice Cadish served as a District Judge in the Eighth Judicial District Court from 2007 to 2018.
Justice Cadish has been very active in the legal community, as well as the community at large. She is a past President of the Howard D. McKibben Chapter of the American Inn of Court, a recipient of the Clark County Bar Association’s Ambassador of the Year, a longstanding judge of the high school We the People competition and advisory board member for the Nevada Center for Civic Engagement, a recipient of the Trial by Peers Judge of the Year, a past President of the Southern Nevada Association of Women Attorneys, a Congregation Ner Tamid honoree as a Woman of Valor, a Southern Nevada Hadassah gala honoree, an advisory Board member for the Jewish Family Service Agency in Las Vegas, and a recipient of the Clark County Law Foundation’s Liberty Bell Award. In August 2022, Justice Cadish was honored by Nevada Business magazine as a Woman to Watch.
Justice Cadish is currently the co-chair of the Nevada Supreme Court’s Access to Justice Commission, as well as the Nevada Children’s Commission and the Court Improvement Program Select Committee, and sits on the Board of the Nevada Judicial Historical Society.
All members of the bench and bar are invited to attend; however, space will be limited. RSVP with payment to Clark County Bar Association is required by January 18, 2024.
For more information about the event and to RSVP, see https://clarkcountybar.org/bar-luncheon-rsvp-form/ or call the CCBA office at 702-387-6011.