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October 12, 2023

Zaniah Jordan and Steven J.T. Washington Elected to the Las Vegas Chapter of the National Bar Association Board

Holland & Hart is pleased to announce that Zaniah Jordan and Steven “JT” Washington have been elected to the Las Vegas Chapter of the National Bar Association (LVNBA) Board for the 2023-2025 term. Zaniah will serve as Historian and JT will serve as Parliamentarian. In these roles they will support LVNBA’s mission and work with committee chairs and community partners to facilitate and implement LVNBA objectives in the community.

LVNBA is an active affiliate of the National Bar Association, which was formally organized in 1925. The National Bar Association is the oldest and largest association of predominantly African-American lawyers, judges, law professors, and other legal professionals.

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. Zaniah previously served as LVNBA’s Career Advancement & Networking Committee Chair and is a board member of Get Outdoors Nevada.

JT works closely with businesses on solutions to meet their workforce management challenges. He guides clients through wide-ranging employment issues whether providing trainings, developing employee handbooks and employment agreements for protecting business interests, or representing them in litigation when other avenues of resolution have been exhausted. JT previously served as LVNBA’s Membership Committee Chair and is a board member of Boys Town Nevada, Nevada Rise Academy, and Best Buddies Nevada.


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