The Clark County Courts welcome input and questions from the community. In an effort to reach out to those we serve the court has initiated programs aimed at educating and providing opportunities for community input and participation in the justice system and generating a better understanding of the court system.
Judges and commissioners are available to make presentations about the courts and court programs at public functions such as: service club meetings, community action groups, schools, and neighborhood association meetings. Judges are available to discuss shared areas of concern to the community and the courts.
For a list of topics and to schedule a presentation, please call the Court Information Office at (702) 671-4534.
Project R.E.A.L. (Relevant Education About the Law) offers guided courthouse tours and curriculum designed to provide middle and high school students with an opportunity to learn about the state judicial system.
Courthouse tours are offered in conjunction with a comprehensive information packet designed to provide teachers and other group leaders with the necessary information to fully prepare students for their courthouse experience.
To schedule a tour call (702) 388-7527.