As a graduate of the National Institute for Trial Advocacay, I have sucessessfully... more
As a graduate of the National Institute for Trial Advocacay, I have sucessessfully represented clients in jury trials, bench trials, arbitrations, administrative hearings and mediations. In my transactional practice, I have represented the owners of commercial properties, ranches, Tahoe estates, mining operations and a large-scale casino in multimillion dollar conveyances. Having received... view profile
In a city that has seen many out-of-state law firms open their doors in Las Vegas,... more
In a city that has seen many out-of-state law firms open their doors in Las Vegas, Jolley Urga Woodbury & Little remains one of the last “Vegas born” firms. I was raised in Las Vegas and I am proud to work and live in such a great community. Along with my law degree, I earned a Master’s of Business Administration which allows me to counsel my clients not only as to the legal requirements... view profile
Mr. Williamson is admitted to the State Bars of Nevada and California. He received... more
Mr. Williamson is admitted to the State Bars of Nevada and California. He received his B.A. in History from the University of San Diego in 2002 and his J.D. from American Universityâ€™s Washington College of Law in 2005. Mr. Williamson began his career as a law clerk to the Honorable Brent Adams of the Second Judicial District Court for the State of Nevada. His practice now focuses on Real Esta... view profile
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