Bert Mitchell, Esq.

Bert Mitchell, Esq.

Bert Mitchell, Esq.

Bert Mitchell, Esq.

Biography

Bert Mitchell, Esq. has resided and practiced law in Las Vegas for over forty years. He is an experienced trial and appellate attorney with a very active dispute resolution practice. In fact, Bert has been conducting private mediations and arbitrations since 1994 and for the last two years has focused only on his ADR career and working as a consultant for his law firm. As a litigator, Bert specialized in personal injury, medical malpractice and insurance defense. As an advocate, he participated in over 1000 mediations and arbitrations. He could see the benefits and advantages that private dispute resolution had to offer. It was his long-standing reputation in the Nevada legal community for being both fair and honest that has made him one of the most requested neutrals in Las Vegas. As a result, his peers call upon on him regularly to serve as a private neutral on many of their cases. Bert is best known for his respectful approach and strong people skills, which make him uniquely qualified to settle even the most complex personal injury matter.

Professional Experience
  • Neutral, Advanced Resolution Management (2017-present)
  • Attorney, Rogers, Mastrangelo, Carvalho & Mitchell
Specialties
  • Insurance
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Personal Injury
  • Wrongful Death
  • Premises Liability
Professional Licenses
  • Nevada State Bar
  • Federal District Court of Nevada
Memberships and Professional Affiliations
  • Member, State Bar of Nevada
  • Member, American Bar Association
  • Clark County Bar Association
  • Member, Former Member, Association of Trial Lawyers in America
  • Former Member, Nevada Trial Lawyers Association
  • Former Member, Defense Research Institute (DRI)
  • Former Disciplinary Board Member, Nevada State Bar’s Committee for Continuing Legal Education
Education
  • J.D., University of Idaho College of Law
  • B.A., Brigham Young University
Lectures, Teaching & Publications
  • Frequent Speaker, Seminars on the Rules and Theories of Civil and Trial Practice