Meet Our Host

Edward M. Bernstein is one of the most recognized faces in Nevada. Not only is he the host of The Ed Bernstein Show but also has been a practicing attorney since 1977. Ed founded Edward M. Bernstein & Associates, Accident and Injury Lawyers ; a law firm that helps injured people with offices throughout the State of Nevada. He is a pioneer in developing the marketing of legal services in Nevada and has acted as a consultant for law firms across the country concerning law office management.

The many service committees to which Ed has dedicated his time and energy evidence his commitment to the legal profession. He has been appointed by the Governor and the Supreme Court to serve on various community and law related commissions. Additionally, he actively serves on several boards within the State Bar Association. He is a member of the Nevada Trial Lawyer’s Association, serving on both it’s Board of Governors and Public Relations Committee and serves as a Judge Pro Tem on the Municipal Court.

Ed has a certain disarming approach to the interview process, which greatly assists guests with their level of comfort, allowing the guests to be as candid as they wish. He expresses his appreciation for all of the show’s guests by stating, “Guests are our privilege on this show and are due the utmost respect.”

Ed enjoys sharing his legal and marketing expertise with the community and has been the featured speaker at many industry, educational and community events. He is a contributing writer to various legal publications and has served as a spokesperson for Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). He co-founded the first Red Ribbon campaign, which became a national prototype and also helped to develop the Home for the Holidays campaign, which offered free taxi rides home over Christmas and New Year’s to those who had been drinking. He has been honored by many community groups such as MADD, The American Women’s ORT, The American Muslim Women and The Clark County Bar Association.

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