|Mark W. Gibbons|
|Current Court Information:|
|Nevada Supreme Court|
|Title: || Justice|
|Active: || 2002-2014|
|Past position: || Nevada Eighth Judicial District Court|
|Previous chief: || 2001-2002|
|Past term: || 1996-2002|
|Past position: || Judge|
|Undergraduate: || University of California at Irvine in 1972|
|Law School: || Loyola University School of Law in 1975|
Mark W. Gibbons is a justice on the Nevada Supreme Court. He was elected to the Supreme Court in November of 2002 and his term ends in 2014.
Justice Gibbons earned B.A. from the University of California at Irvine in 1972 and his J.D. from Loyola University School of Law in 1975.
After graduating from law school, Gibbons focused on private practice, specifically real estate litigation. In 1996 he was elected to the 8th District Court. He was elected Chief Judge of the court in 2001, where he served until his election to the Nevada Supreme Court in 2002.
2010 judicial survey
The Las Vegas Review Journal conducted a judicial performance evaluation in 2010. The survey asked state attorneys to rate judges on a variety of criteria. Of the 796 respondents, 85% recommended Judge Gibbons for retention. 
2008 judicial survey
Gibbons scored highest on the judicial survey, recommended for retention by 86% of respondents. One respondent noted that Gibbons is, "always very prepared, thoughtful, smart and on top of both the issues and the record. One of the best Supreme Court justices that we have ever had in this state."
- Justice Gibbons defeated Thomas Christensen handily in the race to retain his seat. Gibbons won with 456,467 votes (55%) while Christensen received 210,092 votes, or 25% ("None of these candidates" yielded 166,188 votes, or 20%).
- Gibbons raised $316,850 for his 2008 bid for re-election.
- Gibbons was elected after running unopposed, with 80% of the vote.
- In his 2002 campaign for state Supreme Court justice, Gibbons raised $288,330. He ran unopposed and won about 80% of the vote versus the "None of these candidates" option.