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Online License Fee and Annual Disclosures
January Nevada Lawyer
LRIS Grant Money Available
CLE: What the Ninth Circuit Marriage Equality Decision Means for Nevada
Solo and Small Practice Section Mixer
Bankruptcy Moot Court Judges Needed
Featured CLE
Medical Marijuana Litigation

 

This seminar is hosted by the State Bar of Nevada's Litigation and Solo and Small Practice sections.  

 

Attendees will learn more about how Nevada's medical marijuana program is set up and the ongoing litigation between the county and state. Presenters will also discuss compliance issues with the potential to lead to litigation and litigation that is expected to arise from Nevada's medical marijuana business.

 

A networking event at the Mob Bar will follow this seminar.

 

Downtown Grand
Las Vegas     
Thursday, February 12 
  3 p.m. - 4 p.m.     
  1 general CLE credit              

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Thursday, January 15, 2015   

Online License Fee and Annual Disclosures

 

The state bar's new Member Portal is open for online payments.

 

This link will allow you to log in and pay your 2015 license fees. If you have not visited the new site previously, you will be asked to create an account. This is a quick and easy process. As soon as a payment is processed, a receipt will be generated and emailed to you.

 

Use this link to submit 2015 annual disclosures. Then follow the on-screen login instructions. After your information is submitted, you will receive an initial report on your responses. It is a good idea to save this report for your records.

January Nevada Lawyer

 

In recent years, Nevada has become a leading jurisdiction for trusts. The  January issue of Nevada Lawyer focuses on trusts and estates, with articles that will interest both those who focus on trust and estate fulltime, and those who don't specialize in the practice area.

 

Articles in this month's issue discuss Nevada's self-settled asset protection trusts, marital deduction planning, utilizing Nevada's decanting laws, ways in which former Californians can establish Nevada residency and the dangers of do-it-yourself estate planning. In addition, the January issue includes a feature article on the formation of Nevada's long-sought Court of Appeals.

 

Readers can find all of this content, without even leaving their office chairs, on the state bar of Nevada's website, where readers will also find a comprehensive archive of past issues.

LRIS Grant Money Available

 

The State Bar of Nevada is accepting applications for the LRIS Public Service Grant Program. Grants will be awarded to assist Nevada organizations in funding law-related public service and/or educational activities. Awards are made annually on a "funds-available" basis.

 

For an application form or more information, please visit the state bar's website, or send an e-mail to loriw@nvbar.org. Applications must be postmarked by February 1, 2015.

 

All applications are subject to review and final approval by the Board of Governors of the State Bar of Nevada.

CLE: What the Ninth Circuit Marriage Equality Decision Means for Nevada

 

The LGBT Section presents a timely seminar on the struggles facing same-sex couples and the lack of marriage equality in the United States. This CLE, sponsored by the Family Law Section, Wells Fargo and Nevada Legal Services, will take place on Friday, January 23 from 9 a.m. to noon.

 

Presenter Kim Surratt will discuss the great strides made by Nevada in the areas of marriage equality and parentage equality, parentage through Assisted Reproductive Technology and practice tips. Lunch is included with registration. Attendees are also invited to stay and participate in a lobby training seminar conducted by the LGBT Section from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.   

 

For more information or to register, visit the state bar's website. 

Solo and Small Practice Section Mixer

 

The Solo and Small Practice Section is sponsoring a mixer for northern Nevada members on Thursday, January 22, from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Craft, 22 Martin St., in Reno.

 

The mixer will feature light refreshments and a no-host bar, featuring Craft's wide selection of artisanal beers, wines and spirits. This is a great opportunity to spend some time away from the office while meeting section members. All State Bar of Nevada members and guests are welcome.

 

Those planning to attend should RSVP to joe@ejgormanlaw.com.

Bankruptcy Moot Court Judges Needed

 

The William S. Boyd School of Law will once again host the Honorable Lloyd George Bankruptcy Moot Court Competition. This regional competition prepares teams for the annual Duberstein Bankruptcy Moot Court Competition, sponsored by the American Bankruptcy Institute and St. John's University School of Law.

  

Regional competition organizers are currently looking for volunteer judges. The rounds are scheduled to take place on February 21, at 9:30 a.m., 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Those interested in participating should send an email to Christine Smith at Christine.smith@unlv.edu.

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