Bar Admissions
  • Nevada, 2016
  • California, 2018
Education
  • J.D., cum laude, William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • B.A., magna cum laude, Criminal Justice, University of Nevada, Reno
Bar Admissions
  • Nevada, 2016
  • California, 2018
Education
  • J.D., cum laude, William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • B.A., magna cum laude, Criminal Justice, University of Nevada, Reno

Professional Background

Chelsea Latino is an associate in the firm’s Litigation and Appellate Groups. She concentrates her practice on business and employment matters in both state and federal courts, as well as appellate work before the Nevada Supreme Court. Ms. Latino is a skilled legal writer with experience drafting motions at every phase of commercial litigation, appellate briefs, and research memoranda on a multitude of issues arising in complex business, employment, and land use disputes.  Ms. Latino’s practice is further dedicated to serving the community through routine pro bono work.

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Latino was a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Justice Mark Gibbons of the Nevada Supreme Court.  Ms. Latino received her J.D. from the William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where she was a judicial extern to the Honorable Judge Andrew Gordon of the U.S. District Court, District of Nevada, the managing editor of the Nevada Law Journal, and president of the appellate moot court competition team. Ms. Latino also received numerous honors for her work during law school, including CALI Awards for the highest grade in pretrial litigation and each of her legal research and writing courses; Dean’s Award for her contributions to the law school; SCRIBES Award from the Society for Legal Writers for her outstanding legal writing; and Pro Bono High Honors Award for her completion of over 100 hours of pro bono work.

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