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Attorneys from Benson & Bingham attend 2018 Nevada Justice Association Meeting in San Diego

Source: Internal Release

Attorneys from Benson & Bingham attended the Nevada Justice Association’s (NJA) 42nd Annual Convention/Seminar held at the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego. The annual event provides continuing education credits to Nevada lawyers and keeps members abreast of new changes in the law; additionally the event marquees top speakers in personal injury issues and provides practice tips including trial preparation and marketing. The event is also a popular spot to mingle and socialize with the judiciary including Supreme Court Justices and District Court Judges. Next year the event will be held in Newport Beach, CA.

The Nevada Justice Association is Nevada’s premiere non-profit legal organization of independent lawyers with the common aim of improving Nevada’s civil justice system, providing knowledge and advocacy to its membership.

Established in 2003, Benson & Bingham is a Nevada accident, injury and workers’ compensation law firm with four law offices in the region: Downtown Las Vegas, Summerlin, Henderson and the newest addition in Reno, Nevada. Benson & Bingham is focused on client service, from the initial consultation to the negotiation process, the firm communicates with its clients every step of the way.

Summerlin Location

11441 Allerton Park Dr #100
Las Vegas, NV 89135

Phone: 702-684-6900

Fax: 702-382-9798

Downtown Location

626 S 10th St
Las Vegas, NV 89101

Phone: 702-382-9797

Fax: 702-382-9798

Henderson Location

9230 S Eastern Ave #155
Las Vegas, NV 89123

Phone: 702-463-2900

Fax: 702-382-9798

Reno Location

1320 E Plumb Lane Ste A
Reno, NV 89502

Phone: 775-600-6000

Fax: 702-382-9798

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