300 South Fourth Street
Las Vegas, Nevada 89101
The George Washington University Law School, J.D., 2015
Claremont Graduate University, M.A., Public Policy, 2012
University of Nevada, Las Vegas, B.A., Computer Science, 2009
University of Nevada, Las Vegas, B.A., Psychology, 2008
Dallas joined Davison Van Cleve in 2020. She has previously worked as an Administrative Attorney at the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada. As the assistant to Commissioner Ann Pongracz, Dallas drafted orders and advised the Commissioner on rate cases, rulemakings, integrated resource planning, and other proceedings. Her time at the Public Utilities Commission allowed for unique experience on the decision-making side of water, gas, and energy law. Dallas then gained litigation experience as a Consumer Rights Attorney at the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada representing vulnerable adults in guardianship proceedings.
Immediately following law school, Dallas worked as a legal fellow at Public Knowledge, a D.C. based nonprofit focused on public interest telecommunications law. While there, Dallas lobbied the Federal Communications Commission on broadband and privacy issues.
During law school, Dallas interned at Facebook, the Federal Trade Commission, and for D.C. City Councilwoman Mary Cheh. In addition to her law degree from George Washington Law School, she also holds an MA in public policy from Claremont Graduate University and Bachelors of Arts in Computer Science and Psychology from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
In her free time, Dallas serves her community as a State Senator. She enjoys playing tennis, practicing taekwondo and spending quality time with her dog, Ziggy.
Admitted and active in Nevada and California.