Rebecca Gill In The News

Profile: Rebecca Gill

December 18, 2019
The Nevada Supreme Court has issued its report on the counties' family court systems, and guess what? It found the often-criticized Clark County family court is doing most things right.
November 21, 2019
Southern Nevada voters won’t head to the polls for a general election until next November, but it’s wise to stay educated about potential issues and candidates. While information on those seeking national and statewide office is often readily available, voters have far fewer resources when it comes to down-ticket contests, particularly judicial races.
November 20, 2019
Casinos in Nevada soon may be required to take extra steps to prevent workplace harassment and discrimination nearly two years after the #MeToo movement increased scrutiny of the Las Vegas gaming industry, where workers say they’re regularly subjected to inappropriate conduct.
November 19, 2019
In sports, a player who is not performing well is sent to the bench. But in Nevada court, local and state judges can remain in office for about six years at a time, regardless of whether they seem to be working well or not.
November 15, 2019
In sports, a player who is not performing well is benched. But in court here in Nevada, local and state judges can stay in play for about six years at a time, regardless of whether they seem to be performing well or not.
November 15, 2019
Here is the 2019 Judicial Performance Evaluation’s full report, prepared for the Las Vegas Review-Journal by Rebecca Gill and Nancy Downey on behalf of the Women’s Research Institute of Nevada.
November 15, 2019
Only one municipal judge serves all of North Las Vegas, and he is tasked with handling cases that range from traffic violations to the collection of unpaid utility bills.
September 12, 2019
UNLV kicks off its University Forum lecture series next week with a talk about immigration in El Paso, Texas.