Courtney Ketter, Esq.Senior Attorney
Not long after graduating from college, Courtney began pursuing his career as a counselor and social worker. Courtney worked as a family services specialist for three years in Los Angeles, California before moving to Las Vegas, Nevada in 2005.
After he moved to Las Vegas, Courtney worked in education for the University of Phoenix as an enrollment counselor. Courtney then began to pursue his career in social work as a permanency worker with the Department of Family Services. Courtney ended his pre-law school career as a Juvenile Probation Officer with Clark County Juvenile Justice.
Courtney attended law school at William S. Boyd School of Law at UNLV. While in law school Courtney had the privilege of interning with the Honorable William Henderson in the Eighth Judicial District Family Court. Courtney also participated in the Juvenile Justice Clinic representing juveniles in criminal proceedings.
While attending law school, Courtney owned his own PSR Services business. Courtney was able to assist children with DSM IV diagnosis on altering and controlling their adverse behaviors.
Upon graduating from law school, Courtney secured a position as a law clerk for the Honorable Frank Sullivan where he focused on dependency matters involving Child Protective Services. Thereafter, Courtney joined the City Attorney’s Office where he prosecuted misdemeanors and tried various criminal matters including domestic violence and DUI cases.
Courtney joined Rosenblum Law Offices in 2017 where he quickly proved himself as a skilled advocate. Courtney handles all of the firm’s criminal defense matters in addition to his role as a litigator in family law, guardianship and dependency matters.
In his spare time, Courtney enjoys spending time with his family, playing with his dogs and participating in indoor-soccer. Courtney also volunteers as a truancy judge on Thursdays.