Alexandre M. Fayad

Alex Fayad has lived in Las Vegas since 1986 and is a member of the firm’s Commercial Litigation and Transactional Law groups. Alex is licensed to practice in the states of Nevada, Arizona, Nebraska, Utah, and the District of Columbia. Alex graduated from University of Nevada, Las Vegas, earning a Bachelor of Science in International Business. While at UNLV, he worked as an IT professional and founded several start-ups. Alex studied abroad in Turin, Italy and speaks fluent Italian.

Alex went on to earn his Juris Doctor and Master of Business Administration from Creighton University. At Creighton, he co-authored the lead article in Creighton Law Review’s 50th volume and served as an editor of the Creighton International and Comparative Law Journal. Alex traveled “From Nuremberg to the Hague”, participating in an international moot court competition in Germany. As a law student, Alex also worked in the Community Economic Development Clinic, providing free services to underserved members of the Omaha community.

After returning to Nevada, Alex served as the Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Mark R. Denton in Department XIII of the Eighth Judicial District Court of Clark County, Nevada. Department XIII is one of four Business Courts designated for complex civil matters.

In his free time, Alex enjoys the outdoors, exercising, cooking, reading, and traveling.

University of Nevada, Las Vegas (B.S.)
Creighton University School of Law (J.D.)
Creighton University Heider College of Business (MBA)

Bar and Court Admissions:
Nevada Supreme Court – 2020
U.S. District Court, District of Nevada – 2020
Utah Supreme Court – 2021
District of Columbia Court of Appeals – 2021
Arizona Supreme Court – 2019
Nebraska Supreme Court – 2017
U.S. District Court, District of Nebraska – 2017

Professional Associations:
Clark County Bar Association
Nebraska State Bar Association
Omaha Bar Association
State Bar of Arizona
Utah State Bar Association
Southern Utah Bar Association
District of Columbia Bar Association


“Changing Times in the Legal Profession—A Survey of Practicing Lawyers”, Stephen C. Sieberson, Alex Fayad, and Carola Cintron-Arroyo, 50 Creighton L. Rev. 443 (2017)