Las Vegas Trial Lawyer –
Maggie A. DiFederico
Maggie first joined Eglet Adams in 2021 as a summer intern while she pursued her law degree. After completing her juris doctorate, she returned to Eglet Adams as a legal clerk before becoming an associate attorney in 2022. Maggie currently practices on the Eglet Adams Litigation Team, working closely with Senior Partner Tracy A. Eglet on single-event catastrophic injury matters.
Maggie attended the University of Southern California (USC), where she studied law, history and culture and psychology. While attending USC, she volunteered at Neighborhood Legal Services in Los Angeles, conducting client intake meetings and assisting indigent clients with the preparation and filing of legal forms in eviction and custody matters.
After receiving her undergraduate degree in 2019, Maggie attended The William S. Boyd School of Law. In law school, she received CALI awards for the highest grade in Civil Procedure and Evidence Skills, was a staffer on the Nevada Law Journal, Treasurer of the Health Law Society, a student representative on the Honor Code Committee, and graduated cum laude.
While attending Boyd, Maggie completed two externships. She first worked for Justice Abbi Silver at the Nevada Supreme Court, investigating pardon applicants and preparing Pardon Investigation Reports for consideration by the Nevada Pardons Board. Her second externship was for the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada, where she worked in the Consumer Protection Unit on guardianship and eviction matters.
Maggie is licensed to practice law in Nevada and is a member of the Nevada Justice Association and the Clark County Bar Association.
When she’s not practicing law, you can find Maggie reading, traveling, listening to true crime podcasts, and spending time with family and friends.