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Douglass A. Mitchell

Partner
Las Vegas

t: 702 382 7300
f: 702 382 2755

dmitchell@bsfllp.com
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Area of Practice

Litigation


Education

J. Rueben Clark Law School, J.D., cum laude, 1989

Brigham Young University, B.A., cum laude, International Relations, 1986


Language Spoken

French


Clerkships

Hon. Lloyd D. George, United States District Court for the District of Nevada, 1989-1990


Admissions

Nevada

United States Supreme Court

United States Courts of Appeals: Ninth Circuit

United States District Courts: District of Nevada and Eastern District of Wisconsin

Douglass A. Mitchell specializes in commercial litigation and federal criminal litigation.

After finishing his clerkship, he joined Dickerson, Dickerson, Consul & Pocker, where he served as attorney-shareholder until 2005.

Mr. Mitchell serves as a mentor, a position Nevada Federal District Court Judges appointed him to in 1995. In his capacity as a mentor, he trains and prepares defense attorneys to practice criminal law in the Federal District Court for the District of Nevada. He has served as Chairman of the Attorney Advisory Committee on Implementation of CM/ECF electronic case filing system for the Federal District Court for the District of Nevada since 2004. Mr. Mitchell is also a member of the Local Working Group on Electronic Technology in the Criminal Justice System for the Federal District Court for the District of Nevada.

Mr. Mitchell has spoken on numerous panels regarding issues ranging from Year 2000 Computer Issues to the Admissibility of Prior Bad Acts Under Federal Rule of Evidence 404(b) and Related Rules.

Selected Professional Awards and Associations

Nevada Bar Association
Clark County Bar Association

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