Emily Meibert

Emily Meibert is a Northern Nevada Native and a graduate of the University of Nevada. Emily returned to Northern Nevada after graduating from the Boyd Law School in Las Vegas. She has been admitted to practice law in Nevada, California, and the District of Columbia. Prior to joining Allison MacKenzie, Emily was a Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable James E. Wilson, Jr., with the First Judicial District Court in Carson City, Nevada. Emily is an associate attorney focusing on litigation, estate planning, and real estate law.

Passionate about her community, Emily continuously volunteers her time and effort to local organizations and businesses—including volunteering with the local Foodbank, coaching high school mock trial, and supporting the local Alzheimer’s Awareness organizations. In her free time, Emily enjoys exploring new foods and visits a different local restaurant every week. She also enjoys reading and started a book club with other young female professionals in the area.

Experience/Admissions

Admitted to Practice, Nevada, 2020

Admitted to Practice, California, 2021

Admitted to Practice, District of Columbia, 2021

Law Clerk to the Honorable James E. Wilson, Jr., First Judicial District Court, 2019-2020

Professional Associations & Leadership

Nevada State Bar, Young Lawyers Section

Northern Nevada Women Lawyers Association

Nevada Justice Association, Club X Committee Member

First Judicial District Bar Association

American Bar Association

Washoe County Bar Association

Community Leadership

WIM – The Water in Motion, Executive Board Member

High School Mock Trial, Coach

Alzheimer’s Awareness, Volunteer and Promoter

Food Bank of Northern Nevada, Volunteer

Awards & Recognition

Legal Elite, Nevada Business Magazine, 2021

Education

B.A., Criminal Justice, Pre-Law, University of Nevada, Reno, 2015
J.D., University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William Boyd School of Law, 2019

Practice Areas

Administrative Law

Business Entity Formation

Civil Litigation

Estate Planning

Landlord Tenant Disputes

Real Estate Law