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undefinedEdgar C. Smith

Senior Associate

Nevada & California
Tel: (702) 475-7964
Direct: (702) 608-1871


Edgar C. Smith, a native Philadelphian, graduated from LaSalle University before moving west to pursue his legal career. He is a 1986 graduate from Southwestern University in Los Angeles. Mr. Smith has been licensed in California since 1986 and licensed in Nevada since 1994. He and his wife and three children have called Las Vegas home since 2000. Mr. Smith brings significant experience to the Firm in trials, mediations, arbitrations, and contested proceedings in both state and all federal courts in California and Nevada.


  • LaSalle University (B.A., History, 1979)
  • Southwestern University School of Law (J.D., 1986)

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