Candace C. Herling



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  • Nevada


  • Thomas Jefferson School of Law, J.D., cum laude (2014)
  • La Sierra University M.A.T. in Curriculum and Instruction (2010)
  • La Sierra University, B.A. Communication, cum laude, Dean's List (2008)


Candace C. Herling is a partner with the Firm, focusing her practice on civil litigation, specifically serving healthcare entities. She intimately understands the inner workings and challenges that long-term healthcare facilities face. In sixth grade, her parents purchased a vacant and run-down 40-bed assisted living facility in Hanford, CA. Throughout high school and college, Candace worked alongside her parents to run a successful facility, which allows her to have a unique perspective when defending her long-term healthcare clients.

Candace is skilled in civil litigation from pre-suit investigations through trial preparation. In addition to working on civil litigation matters, Candace regularly represents professionals before their respective licensing boards.

Candace was a panel speaker for Nevada Mutual Insurance Company’s Risk Management Seminars providing Nevada legal updates and seminar topic-driven tips on avoiding malpractice to Nevada healthcare providers.

Candace earned a B.A. in Communication (cum laude, Dean’s List, 2008) and an M.A.T. in Curriculum and Instruction (2010) from La Sierra University. She then earned a J.D. (cum laude, 2014) from Thomas Jefferson School of Law.


  • U.S. District Court of Nevada
  • U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals

Civic and Professional Activities

  • Truancy Judge, Clark County Truancy Diversion Program – (2015 – 2017)


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