Jessica R. Gandy

Senior Associate


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  • Nevada


  • University of Nevada - Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law, (J.D.), 2016
  • University of Phoenix, Master's Degree Educational Leadership and Administration, 2012
  • Idaho State University, Bachelor's Degree Secondary Education, 2006


Jessica R. Gandy is a Senior Associate with Hutchison & Steffen, practicing primarily in the Firm’s healthcare practice group. After ten years as a licensed teacher with Clark County School District, working primarily in low income and alternative schools for juvenile offenders, Jessica began her legal career in 2016.

In addition to healthcare litigation, Jessica also practices in the area of healthcare administration defending medical providers and facilities in administrative and regulatory matters, including disputes and appeals of state and federal administrative sanctions.

Jessica obtained her Juris Doctorate from the William S. Boyd School of Law at University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where she was a member of the Nevada Law Journal staff, was an active member of the Student Bar Association, and provided tutoring services in the Academic Success Program. She also holds a MEd in Secondary Education.


  • U.S. District Court of Nevada

Civic and Professional Activities

  • Clark County Bar Association
  • Contributing author: Varcarolis’ Essentials of Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing, 5th Edition


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