“All of our specialty court programs have the common goal of teaching the participants new tools and life skills to make different choices, and thereby reclaim their dignity and self-worth.” Read more from Las Vegas Muni Court Chief Judge Cynthia Leung.
Learn about a few changes at Las Vegas Municipal Court relevant to attorneys representing individuals with traffic matters from this installment of “View from the Bench” published in the Clark County Bar journal Communiqué (April 2023).
The program will offer 1.0 CLE credit to Nevada lawyers. All RSVPs must be made to the CCBA at least 48 hours before the event starts.
The Las Vegas Municipal Court has created a resource to provide clothing, shoes and personal hygiene items to individuals to who are facing court trials, searching for employment or filling their basic needs gaps until connected with other supportive services.
On June 4, 2022, a dedication ceremony and Celebration of Life was held at the Clark County Law Library to honor the life and career of Thomas D. Beatty, Esq. Learn more from this piece written by Summer Youngquist, law librarian at the Clark County Law Library.
Read this installment of the “View from the Bench” written by By Judge Shannon Nordstrom of the Las Vegas Municipal Court.
The Las Vegas Municipal Court invites qualified firms or individuals to submit written proposals for consideration as a Public Attorney for Indigent Defendants.
Learn five things about jury trials in the Las Vegas Municipal Court from this installment of “View from the Bench” written by Chief Judge Bert Brown.
By Chief Judge Bert Brown
On July 21, 2021, the Las Vegas Municipal Court filed an order in the continuing matter of the Las Vegas Municipal Court procedures regarding coronavirus disease (COVID-19). See Judicial Administrative Order 2.58.