Kathleen E. Delaney
Office - (702) 671-0850
Fax - (702) 671-0854
Law Clerk - (702) 671-0851
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Location - RJC Courtroom 15B
Regional Justice Center
200 Lewis Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89155
Kathleen E. Delaney
Eighth Judicial District Court
Term of Office 2009 – present
Kathleen E. Delaney has been a practicing attorney since 1990. She was elected to the District Court in 2008 and took the bench in Department 25 on January 5, 2009. Judge Delaney is assigned to hear Criminal, Civil and Business Court matters, and she handles all appeals from the State’s Foreclosure Mediation Program.
Prior to joining the bench, Judge Delaney worked as a Senior Deputy Attorney General in the Bureau of Consumer Protection at the Nevada Attorney General’s Office where she enforced consumer protection laws in criminal, civil and administrative law cases.
Prior to her tenure as a Senior Deputy Attorney General, Judge Delaney served as the Assistant General Counsel of The Mirage Casino-Hotel from 1991 to 1998 and as Vice President and General Counsel of Treasure Island Corp. from 1998 to 2001. In addition, Judge Delaney spent her first year of practice as an associate with the Los Angeles-based firm of Hill, Farrer & Burrill.
Judge Delaney earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from The Colorado College in 1987 and her Juris Doctorate from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1990.
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