Ilan

Ilan Acherman, Esq.

Mr. Acherman received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2007. He graduated from UNLV’s Boyd School of Law with a Juris Doctorate in 2011 and became a fully licensed member of the Nevada State Bar later that year.

Mr. Acherman externed for the ACLU, where he worked on prisoners' rights issues and legislative advocacy. He later externed for Judge Stefany Miley in Nevada’s 8th Judicial District Court. Mr. Acherman went on to work as a Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Sandra Pomrenze in the 8th Judicial District Court, Family Division.

As a Law Clerk for the Family Court, Mr. Acherman worked closely with the Family Court Judge to review and make recommendations regarding a vast array of legal issues concerning domestic relations. Mr. Acherman also has civil litigation experience, which includes experience representing personal injury victims.

Strength in Dedication

From divorce, custody, adoptions and terminations of parental rights, to personal injury cases and civil litigation, Mr. Acherman knows what it takes to navigate through the complexities of the legal system while ensuring that your needs are met and your rights are protected.

Licensing and Experience

Juris Doctorate form Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

B.A. in Anthropology from UNLV

Law Clerk for the Honorable Sandra Pomrenze, Nevada Eighth Judicial District Court, Family Division

Extern for the Honorable Stefany A. Miley, Nevada Eighth Judicial District Court

ACLU Summer Extern 2010

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