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Stephanie R. Rice

I claim to be a “local girl” as I was born right here in Reno, Nevada at St. Mary’s Hospital.  I lived on an alfalfa farm in Yerington, Nevada until age 5.  I then spent my remaining school-aged years growing up in Santa Rosa, California.  Upon high school graduation I returned to, what I have always considered my home in Northern Nevada, where I attended the University of Nevada, Reno.   I went on to receive my Juris Doctorate from the University of Tulsa, where I graduated in the top of my class.  I also earned a certificate in Health Law from the University of Tulsa.  During law school I competed on a national trial competition team, where I wrote the eighth highest scoring legal brief in the nation and received the award for “Family Law Student of the Year” from the Oklahoma Bar Association.  Additionally, my research work was published in the Fall 2009 Case Western Reserve Law Review in an article about commercial speech.  Furthermore, I was selected to be a law clerk for Administrative Law Judge Jeffrey Wolfe and spent my last semester working with the Social Security Administration.    Again, upon law school graduation, I immediately returned to Reno, where I can now finally say, is my permanent home.  Northern Nevada is absolutely stunning with its snow-capped mountains in the winter and crystal blue lakes in the summer.  I feel very fortunate to be able to call such a beautiful place “home.”    Thereafter, I happily joined Hardy Law Group where I now focus in the areas of corporate and business law, election law and Civil Litigation.  I also spend a fair amount of time on other, general practice types of cases.   In 2011, I graduated from Trial Lawyers College where I had the wonderful opportunity to work with and learn from some of the greatest trial lawyers of all time.   I am currently licensed to practice in Nevada and California, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Federal District Courts of Nevada, including the United States Bankruptcy Court.    I love what I do and couldn’t imagine myself doing anything else.  I genuinely take interest in my cases and care deeply about my clients.       “Find something you love to do and you will never have to work a day in your life.” ~Harvey MacKay
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I claim to be a “local girl” as I was born right here in Reno, Nevada at St. Mary’s Hospital.  I lived on an alfalfa farm in Yerington, Nevada until age 5.  I then spent my remaining school-aged years growing up in Santa Rosa, California.  Upon high school graduation I returned to, what I have always considered my home in Northern Nevada, where I attended the University of Nevada, Reno.   I went on to receive my Juris Doctorate from the University of Tulsa, where I graduated in the top of my class.  I also earned a certificate in Health Law from the University of Tulsa.  During law school I competed on a national trial competition team, where I wrote the eighth highest scoring legal brief in the nation and received the award for “Family Law Student of the Year” from the Oklahoma Bar Association.  Additionally, my research work was published in the Fall 2009 Case Western Reserve Law Review in an article about commercial speech.  Furthermore, I was selected to be a law clerk for Administrative Law Judge Jeffrey Wolfe and spent my last semester working with the Social Security Administration.    Again, upon law school graduation, I immediately returned to Reno, where I can now finally say, is my permanent home.  Northern Nevada is absolutely stunning with its snow-capped mountains in the winter and crystal blue lakes in the summer.  I feel very fortunate to be able to call such a beautiful place “home.”    Thereafter, I happily joined Hardy Law Group where I now focus in the areas of corporate and business law, election law and Civil Litigation.  I also spend a fair amount of time on other, general practice types of cases.   In 2011, I graduated from Trial Lawyers College where I had the wonderful opportunity to work with and learn from some of the greatest trial lawyers of all time.   I am currently licensed to practice in Nevada and California, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Federal District Courts of Nevada, including the United States Bankruptcy Court.    I love what I do and couldn’t imagine myself doing anything else.  I genuinely take interest in my cases and care deeply about my clients.       “Find something you love to do and you will never have to work a day in your life.” ~Harvey MacKay
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I claim to be a “local girl” as I was born right here in Reno, Nevada at St. Mary’s Hospital.  I lived on an alfalfa farm in Yerington, Nevada until age 5.  I then spent my remaining school-aged years growing up in Santa Rosa, California.  Upon high school graduation I returned to, what I have always considered my home in Northern Nevada, where I attended the University of Nevada, Reno.   I went on to receive my Juris Doctorate from the University of Tulsa, where I graduated in the top of my class.  I also earned a certificate in Health Law from the University of Tulsa.  During law school I competed on a national trial competition team, where I wrote the eighth highest scoring legal brief in the nation and received the award for “Family Law Student of the Year” from the Oklahoma Bar Association.  Additionally, my research work was published in the Fall 2009 Case Western Reserve Law Review in an article about commercial speech.  Furthermore, I was selected to be a law clerk for Administrative Law Judge Jeffrey Wolfe and spent my last semester working with the Social Security Administration.    Again, upon law school graduation, I immediately returned to Reno, where I can now finally say, is my permanent home.  Northern Nevada is absolutely stunning with its snow-capped mountains in the winter and crystal blue lakes in the summer.  I feel very fortunate to be able to call such a beautiful place “home.”    Thereafter, I happily joined Hardy Law Group where I now focus in the areas of corporate and business law, election law and Civil Litigation.  I also spend a fair amount of time on other, general practice types of cases.   In 2011, I graduated from Trial Lawyers College where I had the wonderful opportunity to work with and learn from some of the greatest trial lawyers of all time.   I am currently licensed to practice in Nevada and California, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Federal District Courts of Nevada, including the United States Bankruptcy Court.    I love what I do and couldn’t imagine myself doing anything else.  I genuinely take interest in my cases and care deeply about my clients.       “Find something you love to do and you will never have to work a day in your life.” ~Harvey MacKay
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I claim to be a “local girl” as I was born right here in Reno, Nevada at St. Mary’s Hospital.  I lived on an alfalfa farm in Yerington, Nevada until age 5.  I then spent my remaining school-aged years growing up in Santa Rosa, California.  Upon high school graduation I returned to, what I have always considered my home in Northern Nevada, where I attended the University of Nevada, Reno.   I went on to receive my Juris Doctorate from the University of Tulsa, where I graduated in the top of my class.  I also earned a certificate in Health Law from the University of Tulsa.  During law school I competed on a national trial competition team, where I wrote the eighth highest scoring legal brief in the nation and received the award for “Family Law Student of the Year” from the Oklahoma Bar Association.  Additionally, my research work was published in the Fall 2009 Case Western Reserve Law Review in an article about commercial speech.  Furthermore, I was selected to be a law clerk for Administrative Law Judge Jeffrey Wolfe and spent my last semester working with the Social Security Administration.    Again, upon law school graduation, I immediately returned to Reno, where I can now finally say, is my permanent home.  Northern Nevada is absolutely stunning with its snow-capped mountains in the winter and crystal blue lakes in the summer.  I feel very fortunate to be able to call such a beautiful place “home.”    Thereafter, I happily joined Hardy Law Group where I now focus in the areas of corporate and business law, election law and Civil Litigation.  I also spend a fair amount of time on other, general practice types of cases.   In 2011, I graduated from Trial Lawyers College where I had the wonderful opportunity to work with and learn from some of the greatest trial lawyers of all time.   I am currently licensed to practice in Nevada and California, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Federal District Courts of Nevada, including the United States Bankruptcy Court.    I love what I do and couldn’t imagine myself doing anything else.  I genuinely take interest in my cases and care deeply about my clients.       “Find something you love to do and you will never have to work a day in your life.” ~Harvey MacKay
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