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February 2, 2024
Nevada Lawyer Magazine

Corporate Attorney Zaniah Jordan Featured as a Nevada Trailblazer in Nevada Lawyer

Holland & Hart is pleased to announce that corporate attorney Zaniah Jordan, an associate in the firm’s Las Vegas office, was recognized as a Nevada Trailblazer in Nevada Lawyer Magazine for her positive impact in the legal profession and in her community.

Involved with the Las Vegas Chapter of the National Bar Association (LVNBA) since law school in the role of the Black Law Students Association liaison, Zaniah is still an active LVNBA member. She was previously the Career Advancement & Networking chair and now serves as historian. Zaniah is also on the Board of Get Outdoors Nevada, a non-profit focused on providing opportunities to experience, learn about, and care for our natural and urban outdoor spaces.

“We were very happy when [Zaniah] agreed to join our team,” said Gian Brown, a corporate partner at Holland & Hart who works closely with Zaniah. “In addition to bringing some much-needed public company skills to our Nevada corporate team, [she] brings a warmth, sense of humor and singular focus on client needs that aligns with our team and office culture.”

Zaniah counsels clients on a range of corporate matters including entity formation, corporate governance, debt and equity financings, securities offerings, SEC filings, and general corporate transactions. She is also experienced in advising clients on the structure and terms of commercial agreements.

Read the full Nevada Trailblazers feature here, “Meet Zaniah Jordan-Kendricks,” originally published by the Nevada Lawyer Magazine in February 2024.


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