John Naylor and Jennifer Braster, founders and managing partners of Naylor & Braster, Attorneys at Law, were recently named the Clark County Bar Association’s (CCBA) 2021 Volunteers of the Year at the organization’s annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon.
Naylor and Braster were recognized for their exceptional service and contributions to the organization, including contributing multiple articles for the bar journal Communiqué, giving presentations for members’ continuing legal education efforts, and regularly participating in community service events.
Benjamin Gordon, an attorney at the firm, also received CCBA’s Committee Circle of Support Award for his work on the association’s Community Service Committee in 2021.
“We are pleased to honor two very special bar members who have each made great efforts to help the CCBA,” said James Harper, 2021 CCBA President. “With their help, the CCBA has made substantial efforts towards enriching the lives and careers of our members and our community. Both attorneys continue to generously offer their acumen for business and their utmost in professionalism for the betterment of their community."
Founded in 2014, Naylor & Braster, Attorneys at Law, has over 50 years of combined legal experience practicing in the areas of commercial litigation, appellate law, consumer finance law and construction law. Naylor is former U.S. Air Force judge advocate and served as an arbitrator with the American Arbitration Association. Braster has appeared regularly before both the Eighth Judicial District Court and United States District Court for Nevada and has both first-chair and second-chair trial experience.