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About Leah Martin Law
Previous Law Firm Name
- The Powell Litigation Group - Attorney , 2011
- Bailey kennedy - Attorney , 2008
- Lionel Sawyer & Collins - Attorney , 2006
- State Bar of Nevada - Member
- American Bar Association - Member
- Clark County Bar Association - Member
- Sigma Kappa Sorority Alumni
- Clark County Law Foundation Community Service Committee - Member
- Southern Nevada Association of Women Attorneys - Member
- William S. Boyd School of Law Graduate (University of Nevada Las Vegas) , 2002
- William S. Boyd School of Law Editor-in-Chief 2000-2002 , 2002
- J.D. Degree (William S. Boyd School of Law) , 2002
- Summa cum laude (William S. Boyd School of Law) , 2002
- Bachelor Degree University of Nevada Las Vegas (Environmental Studies and Political Science) , 1999
- English (Primary)
- Business Organizations
- Business & Commercial Law
- Business Formation
- Contract Preparation and Review
- Litigation & Appeals
Classes and Seminars
- Nevada Civil Practice - Teaching Assistant , UNLV Law
Pro Bono Activities
- Legal Aid of Southern Nevada - family Law Pro - Bono Attorney, 2011 - 2012
Offers Free Initial Consultation
Accepts Credit Cards
601 S. Rancho DriveSuite C-26 Las Vegas, NV 89106
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Leah Martin Law 2211 E Highland Ave Ste 100 Phoenix, AZ 85016 480-535-8797
Leah Martin Law (Reno NV) 5470 Kietzke Ln Suite 300 Reno, NV 89511 (775) 710-3500
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