Kimberly Marsh Guinasso - Hutchison & Steffen Law Firm

Kimberly Marsh Guinasso

Senior Counsel


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  • Nevada


  • B.A. English, Pepperdine University
  • J.D. Law, Duke University School of Law


As Senior Counsel with the Firm, Kimberly Marsh Guinasso focuses primarily in the areas of administrative and regulatory law, election, campaign, and political law, and advising local governments. Formerly Legal Counsel and Bill Drafting Advisor to the Nevada Assembly, Kim has extensive experience in drafting legislation and providing legal analysis covering a wide range of issues including state and local taxation, government finance, transportation, public works projects, elections, campaign finance, eminent domain, utilities, water, worker’s compensation, administrative law, and professional boards.

Kim received her law degree from Duke University School of Law in Durham, North Carolina, and her Bachelor of Arts degree from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. Kim serves as legal counsel, pro bono, for several charitable and faith-based organizations.

Kim is a proud native Nevadan who has a particular affection for the rural parts of our great State. She enjoys skiing, water sports, hiking, traveling, and raising a menagerie of many animals and a few kids. Kim and her husband are the parents of two children.


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