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The Nevada Judicial Historical Society is a non-profit 501(3)(c) organization founded in 1988. The society is dedicated to the preservation and better understanding of the history of Nevada's judiciary and bar. The society is governed by a board of 15 trustees who serve three year terms; officers are elected from within the board. There are no restrictions on board membership, except that there must be a representative of the Supreme Court, a district court and a justice court. The bylaws require an annual meeting of the membership, but the board meets two to three times a year to monitor projects and all members are invited to attend.
Membership is open to attorneys, the bench and the public. Go to the membership page for information on dues and how to become a member.
For a list of the society's products, its publications, and how to acquire them, go to the publications page or the products page. For a list of Nevada justices and federal judges, go to the Nevada Judicial Memorials page.