Austin K. Sweet, Esq.

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Mr. Sweet has represented a wide variety of clients from across Nevada, California, and the nation. Mr. Sweet’s primary clientele includes individuals and businesses on a local, regional, and national level. During his time with Gunderson Law Firm, Mr. Sweet has represented business owners, commercial and residential property owners, tenants, landlords, contractors, real estate brokers and agents, developers, commercial and personal lenders and borrowers, and non-profits. Mr. Sweet has appeared before state and federal courts across the West Coast, including Nevada, California, Washington, and Montana.

Professional and Community Involvement

  • Current member and Vice President of the Board of Directors for Northern Nevada Legal Aid
  • Current member of the Board of Directors for the JUSTin HOPE Foundation
  • Former member and past Chair of the Board of Directors for The Discovery museum
  • Member and past President of The Prospectors' Club

Mr. Sweet is also member of the the Nevada Bar Association and the Washoe County Bar Association


  • Boston University School of Law: Juris Doctorate, 2009
  • Foster School of Business, University of Washington: Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration, 2009
    • Specialization in Business Finance
    • Minor in Mathematics

Awards and Honors

  • Twenty Under 40, Reno Tahoe Young Professional Network / Reno Gazette Journal
  • AV Preeminent Rated, Martindale-Hubbell
  • Mountains States Rising Star, Super Lawyers
  • 10.0 Superb Rating, Avvo
  • Legal Elite, Nevada Business Magazine

Admitted to Practice

  • Nevada and California

Gunderson Law Firm

3895 Warren Way
Reno, NV 89509

Phone: (775) 829-1222
Fax: (775) 829-1226

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