Nevada Judiciary News

  • Participating Remotely in Oral Argument
    3/11/2020 10:07:22 AM

    The court hears oral arguments in its public courtrooms in Carson City and Las Vegas and simultaneously webcasts them.  To minimize and allay concern about exposure to COVID-19, the court has decided to permit lawyers to participate in oral argument by video conference, on advance written request.  The videoconferencing system the court uses requires laptop/desktop/videoconferencing computer internet access and audio and video (web camera) capability.  For a request to be granted, the parties' internet capabilities must be compatible with those of the court.  A written request for videoconferencing must be addressed to the Clerk of the Court and filed and served at least 3 business days before the date set for oral argument. 

  • Nevada Supreme Court Approves Awarding Continuing Legal Education Credit for Pro Bono Service
    2/13/2020 12:27:37 PM

    Today the Nevada Supreme Court entered an order amending the rules requiring continuing legal education (CLE) to provide Nevada lawyers the opportunity to earn CLE credit for pro bono civil representation and related services for low-income Nevadans with unmet civil legal needs.

  • Interpreters! The Good, the Bad…and the Ugly
    2/12/2020 3:04:43 PM

    The Good, the Bad…and the Ugly is now available via on-demand video. This course is designed for all judicial officers, quasi-judicial officers and court staff. However, credentialed court interpreters and prospective court interpreters are also invited to view the training. This course has been developed in collaboration with the Second Judicial District Court. (more…

  • Kristina Pickering Begins Term as 2020 Supreme Court Chief Justice
    1/2/2020 8:03:14 AM

    Leadership at the Nevada Supreme Court will change on January 6, 2020 when Chief Justice Mark Gibbons ends his term and Justice Kristina Pickering assumes the administrative post of Chief Justice.

  • 20th Annual Report of the Nevada Judiciary Released
    12/5/2019 7:54:43 AM

    The Nevada Judiciary has released its 2019 Annual Report, marking the 20th annual report detailing comparative statistics for the Nevada Appellate Courts, according to Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark Gibbons.