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Two Law Review Articles, Written by Debbie Leonard, are Cited in Briefs to the United States Supreme Court in the Case of Coachella Valley Water District v. Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians

The petitioners seek review of a Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals case and ask the Supreme Court to address the scope of state power to regulate groundwater when there are…

Nevada Nonprofit Gives $700K for Battle Born Makeover

An exhibit at the State Capitol is getting a $700,000 makeover. The Nevada 150 Foundation presented Gov. Brian Sandoval on Thursday with $700,000 that will go toward new exhibits and…

US Supreme Court Takes Up NJ Sports Betting Case

People leave the Supreme Court in Washington, Monday, June 26, 2017, as justices issued their final rulings for the term. (J. Scott Applewhite/AP) The U.S. Supreme Court surprised legal experts…

How Nevada Is Preparing For Blockchain Technology

When I entered the Nevada Legislature in 2010, my state was feeling the effects of the Great Recession more than most. Unemployment spiked and just skirted 14%. The state faced…

The Supreme Court’s Decision-Making Process

Attorneys and litigants alike often wonder how their case makes its way through the Supreme Court.  You file a notice of appeal and docketing statement and then brief the case…

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