Billie-Marie grew up in Massachusetts and moved to Nevada in 1989. She received her MBA from UNLV and was then admitted to the William S. Boyd School of Law Charter Class. During law school, Billie-Marie interned at the United States District Court, district of Nevada for the Honorable Johnnie B. Rawlinson, followed by a second internship with Judge Rawlinson when she was elevated to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Billie-Mariecontinued with Judge Rawlinson serving 2 clerkships. After her clerkships, Billie-Marie’s legal career was focused on complex litigation, focusing on mass torts, primarily in the area of products liability.
In 2007 Billie-Marie joined our law firm and while continuing to practice products liability and handling car accident and negligent claims, her passion is representing injured workers. Billie-Marie has taught a Workers’ Compensation class at William S. Boyd School of Law, Administrative Law at the College of Southern Nevada, served as a past Board Member for the Nevada Justice Association, the Southern Nevada Association for Women Attorneys, the national Work Injury Law Group, and is continually rated Top 100 Work Comp lawyers in the country. Billie-Marie teaches seminar classes for attorneys in the areas of: workers’ compensation; social media; and ethics. She was the editor for the American Justice Associates Workers’ Compensation Division Newsletter editor and continues to assist nationally in furthering the rights and benefits for injured workers and their families. Billie-Marie has also authored countless legal journal articles and authored a chapter in a trial practice book as well as a legal practice manual. Billie-Marie is actively involved in WomenHeart, a cause that strikes a personal chord with her, and has lobbied locally and nationally for women with heart disease. As a result of her volunteer efforts, she hosted the radio show “Double Take.”
Billie-Marie is licensed to practice law in the state of Nevada, as well as in the United Stated District Court for the District of Nevada and the United State Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
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