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The public is invited to provide comments regarding candidates for a hearing master position for the Eighth Judicial District Court. The public input will be part of a three-tiered recruitment process established in an administrative directive for selecting District Court hearing masters and commissioners. Input on the final five candidates can be e-mailed to the Eighth Judicial District Court Human Resources office or mailed to 200 Lewis Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89155. The public comment period will be open until Tuesday, December 4, 2018, at 5:01 p.m.

The candidates listed below are finalists who have already been through an application review committee and an oral panel interview. The public input on these candidates will go to a selection panel for the third and final tier of the hiring process.

  • Adriana White
  • Tim Andrews
  • Randall Forman
  • Rhonda Forsberg
  • Shannon Wittenberger

All of the candidates are attorneys who are members of the State Bar of Nevada in good standing. The selected hearing master will be responsible for hearing matters and rendering legal opinions and decisions in relevant case law.


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The Eighth Judicial District Court, Family Division is now accepting applications from attorneys interested in serving as pro tem hearing masters in domestic violence/TPO, child support/paternity, mental commitment, minor guardianship, juvenile delinquency, discovery and truancy courts. This recruitment occurs on a regular basis to ensure that there are trained attorneys available to assist the court in these roles.

All those interested are required to submit an application (regardless of prior service as a pro tem hearing master). Applications from interested attorneys are due on or before April 8, 2016.

Attorneys who apply should be aware that those who are selected will be required to complete specific training, prior to sitting as a pro tem hearing master. They should also be aware of opinions of the Standing Committee on Judicial Ethics and Election Practices, including Opinions JE99-004 and JE 04-003.

Attorneys who are interested in applying for the first time or in continuing as a pro tem, should contact Debbie Rose at or 702-455-4622 to receive an application. Applications will be reviewed with selections made after the closing date. Applicants will be notified whether they have been accepted and, if accepted, when their training will occur.

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