MAC Argues in Supreme Court Hearing at the UNLV Boyd School of Law
- Created on Tuesday, 30 October 2012 13:53
On October 10, the Nevada Supreme Court returned to the William S. Boyd School of Law at UNLV to hear arguments in two cases. The second case was argued by MAC Director Micah S. Echols and was described by the Court’s news release as “a complicated case involving conversion and fraud claims over the interstate transportation of a vehicle.” The Supreme Court heard oral arguments at the Boyd School of Law to give the students and the community a ‘unique opportunity . . . to see the court in action.’ Following the oral arguments, the Justices and the attorneys involved in the arguments entertained questions from the audience on the judicial process of the Nevada Supreme Court. The Supreme Court’s news release on the Boyd School of Law arguments is located at: http://www.nevadajudiciary.us/index.php/supnews/1676-supreme-court-holds-oral-arguments-again-at-unlv-boyd-law-school. More information on the specific case is located at: http://caseinfo.nvsupremecourt.us/public/caseView.do?csIID=26189.