Gibson named first assistant attorney general for Nevada

Brin Gibson has been named first assistant attorney general for Nevada.

Attorney General Adam Laxalt said Gibson will continue to oversee gaming matters including as chief counsel to the Nevada Gaming Control Board.

He replaces Wes Duncan who resigned and is now running for the office of attorney general.

He’s also course coordinator for the Gaming Law Program at the Boyd School of Law in Las Vegas.

“Brin has had a distinguished career in both the private and public practice of law,” said Laxalt.

For his part, Gibson said he looks forward to his new job and, “using my experience and passion for serving others to make a difference in the lives of Nevadans.”


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