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Attorney James Claflin Jr.was selected to be the family law Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada pro bono May volunteer of the month. Judge Frank Sullivan and Judge Bryce Duckworth presented the award. Award clip:  https://youtu.be/r8caUR0G-5w

A sense of gratitude is what drives James to do pro bono work. Attorney James Claflin Jr.clip:  https://youtu.be/Uyn8NVBWznY

The award was given at the Family Law Bench-Bar meeting. The meetings are held once a month to ensure attorneys have access to all the information they need to practice in the Family Division. Topics covered include recent Nevada Supreme Court rulings, new technology, court news and hot topics.

 

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The April 5 Family Law Bench-Bar meeting at noon, will offer the latest case law updates and other important information that those practicing family law should know. The meeting will be held in courtroom 9, at 601 N. Pecos Road. Topics to be covered include, important information on records sealing, early case conferences, case law updates and a recognition portion. Bench Bar meetings are a great forum to get questions and issues addressed, network and learn the latest legislative and other changes impacting family law.

Mark your calendar now for the May 10, noon Family Law Bench-Bar meeting in courtroom 9 at Family Court.

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Attorneys who attend the upcoming Family Bench Bar on January 28, will get info that should help navigate practicing in the Family Division. The meeting, to be held at noon in Family Courtroom 9 at 601 N. Pecos Road, will open with announcements and updates, followed by discussion topics including:

• Settlement Master Committee
• Bench v. Bar Chili Cook-off
• Paralegal Pro Bono Hours
• Domestic Violence Issues
1. Criminal Implications of Domestic Violence
2. Brief Overview of the TPO Process

The Pro Bono Advisory Council Volunteer of the Month Carrie Primas, Esq. will be recognized followed by an open forum. The bench bar meetings are a great way to stay up on changes, convey concerns and network and should help attorney to be more effective in court. The next Family Bench Bar will be March 31.

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What’s going on with e-filing? How’s this new technology supposed to work? Why should I bother to do pro bono work? These and other burning questions will be answered at the next District Court Family Division Bench Bar Meeting on Aug. 27 at noon in courtroom 9, 601 N. Pecos Road. There is also a time designated for “open forum” (a.k.a. venting). Don’t miss this great opportunity.

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