Kelly M. Smith received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 1999, and earned a law degree from the William S. Boyd School of Law at UNLV in 2004. During law school, Kelly volunteered for the Clark County Legal Services Program, teaching free legal education classes in the subject of Bankruptcy; externed for the Honorable Judge Alan Earl in Department 19 of the Eighth Judicial District Court; and interned for the Federal Public Defender’s Las Vegas office. Kelly has been practicing law since passing the Nevada bar in 2004, and has extensive experience in civil litigation, including plaintiff personal injury and defense of complex litigation matters involving construction defect allegations, products liability, and contract disputes. Kelly also served for a short time as a Deputy City Attorney for the City of Las Vegas, where she successfully tried numerous criminal misdemeanor trials. Kelly’s current practice focuses on insurance defense and general civil litigation.