Check Out the April Nevada Lawyer Online
The April issue of Nevada Lawyer explores some of the current laws affecting mining in Nevada. In this issue readers will discover articles on: the rewards and risks of mining in Nevada; environmental regulation of Nevada's mining industry; and the taxation of mining.
All of these articles and more are available on the state bar's website. Don't forget to check out Nevada Lawyer's archives, containing years' of articles of interest to Nevada's legal community. Many issues feature articles only available in our online edition.
Nevada Lawyer always welcomes feedback from bar members. Contact Nevada Lawyer with comments, suggestions and letters to the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nevada Supreme Court Panel Discussion
The Northern Nevada Women Lawyers' Association (NNWLA) is hosting a panel discussion with the justices of the Nevada Supreme Court on May 9 at 6 p.m. The event will take place at the Supreme Court Rotunda in Carson City. The justices will discuss appellate tips and answer questions from attendees. Appetizers will be served at 6:30 p.m.
The registration cost is $30 for NNWLA members and $35 for non-members. Please RSVP by May 6. Send RSVPs and questions for the panel to email@example.com.
2013 Diversity Scholarships Available
Each year, the State Bar of Nevada grants two $5,000 scholarships to UNLV Boyd School of Law students who embrace the Diversity Committee's mission to increase diversity within the membership and leadership of the State Bar of Nevada and the profession, and to promote cultural competence. More information and a scholarship application are available online. The application deadline is April 22 at 5 p.m.
Take Credit Card Payments with LawPay and Save
There's never been a better time for your firm to begin accepting credit cards. For a limited time, state bar members can open a LawPay account, at no cost.
Today through April 30 LawPay is waiving the $150 web-based terminal start-up-fee for State Bar of Nevada members. Additionally, those who open LawPay accounts by April 30 won't pay a program fee for the first three months.
To sign up or learn more, call (866) 376-0950 or visit www.LawPay.com/nvbar.
Find-A-Lawyer Now Available for Smartphones
The State Bar of Nevada's convenient Find-A-Lawyer attorney directory is now available as a smartphone app for Android and iPhone users. Apple users can download the app via iTunes.
The application provides users with quick and easy access to listings for all currently licensed attorneys in Nevada. Each attorney's profile provides current contact information, including website, e-mail address, phone number and mailing address.
Potential clients can use the app to confirm that attorneys are licensed to practice in the state of Nevada. Fellow attorneys can use the application to quickly contact their peers within