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Hugo E. Hernandez-Diaz was admitted to the Nevada Bar in October 2020. During law school, Mr. Hernandez-Diaz worked as a law clerk for a prestigious National/International law firm where he gained invaluable experience in litigation and real estate law. Mr. Hernandez-Diaz served in various leadership roles during law school, including Region XIV President for the Law Student Division of the Hispanic National Bar Association from 2017-2019. Mr. Hernandez-Diaz served as the Notes Editor for the UNLV Gaming Law Journal, the only law student-based publication in the country, had his student note published in volume 10.2 of the UNLV Gaming Law Journal, and received the Dean's award for his overall contributions to the law school. Prior to joining Wright, Finlay & Zak, Mr. Hernandez-Diaz practiced medical malpractice defense, civil litigation, real estate law, and family law. Mr. Hernandez-Diaz is a member of the Nevada Latino Bar Association and the National Hispanic Bar Association.


  • University of Nevada, Las Vegas (B.A., Political Science, 2016)
  • William S. Boyd School of Law (J.D., 2020)

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