Jasmin Lilly-Spells has been protecting the constitutional rights of the indigent as a Chief Deputy Public Defender with the Clark County Public Defender's office for over a decade. As a long-time Las Vegas resident, she has served as a client advocate and trial lawyer for those who cannot afford to hire their own attorney. Lilly-Spells has also served as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), whose mission is to support and promote advocacy for abused and neglected children. Lilly-Spells worked as a Parking Arbitrator for two years. She also volunteered for two years as a mediator at the Neighborhood Justice Center.
By choosing to mentor middle school girls and organizing a reading program at at-risk schools, she has put her convictions into practice to improve children's lives. She also volunteers her legal service, taking on pro bono cases with Nevada Legal Services.
Jasmin Lilly-Spells has worked with officers, attorneys, investigators, social workers, judges, families, and businesses to find resolutions to legal issues. This has allowed her to see all perspectives of the justice system.
Jasmin's combined experience in different areas of law and various methods of resolving legal disputes has prepared her for a judicial seat. By utilizing her skill and talent, displaying a work ethic with grit, patience, and compassion, she has worked hard to prove that she is the prime candidate for the job. Jasmin will be fair, prepared and dedicated to the bench she occupies. She understands that most Las Vegans want the same thing: a safe community and access to opportunities.
The cornerstone of a courtroom is that people feel respected and heard because justice is not one size fits all. That is why my promise to voters is to create a courtroom where respect, equal access to justice, a listening ear, and balanced rulings are commonplace.