Adrian M. Lobo

Adrian Lobo received her degrees from University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) in 2001 and California Western School of Law (CWSL) in 2006. She is licensed to practice law in both California and Nevada. Currently, she has her own practice in Las Vegas, Nevada ( where she handles both State and Federal criminal matters. Prior to starting her own practice in 2016, she served both at the Riverside County and Clark County Public Defender’s Offices. In 2012, Adrian received the Nevada Attorneys for Criminal Justice (NACJ) Franny Forsman scholarship to attend the National Criminal Defense College in Macon, GA.

She has extensive trial experience in felony cases to include: sexual assault, medically complex murder charges involving shaken baby syndrome, multi-defendant federal drug conspiracy charges and matters prosecuted under the Racketeering and Corrupt Organization Act. In 2019, she argued and won her first case in the Nevada Supreme Court that challenged prosecutorial abuse in the Grand Jury process.

Outside of the courtroom, Adrian has taught Advanced Trial Skills and coached competitive trial teams at both CWSL and UNLV Boyd School of Law. Notably, in 2016 she coached CWSL law students to second place in the Texas Young Lawyers Association National Competition. She is also a member of Nevada Attorneys for Criminal Justice serving on the COVID -19 Response and (In)Justice Reform Committees for the organization.

Additionally, Adrian is passionate about equal justice under the law, discovery reform and attorney wellness and mental health for defenders.

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