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- “A Justice’s Perspective on Racial Justice” By Karl O. Riley, Esq.
- “Is it Time to Rethink the Defense of Qualified Immunity?” By Jonathan Lee, Esq.
- “Patently Unfair: Racial Inequality Through the U.S. Intellectual Property Legal System” By Caleb L. Green, Esq.
- “Anti-Blackness and Immigration Law” By Martha Menendez, Esq.
- “Five Actions Attorneys Can Take to Interrupt Implicit Bias and Promote Diversity and Inclusion in the Legal Field” By Mary Bacon, Esq.
- “Huellas Mentorship and Career Development” By Elva A. Castañeda
- CCBA President’s Message: “Making Social Change: Read, Listen, Watch, Reflect, Act” By James E. Harper, Esq.
- View from the Bench: “Las Vegas Municipal Court Continues Its Commitment To Operating Safely And Efficiently” By Judge Cynthia Leung
- “Nevada Appellate Court Summaries (1-6-21)” by Joe Tommasino, Esq.
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The background photo is from a racial justice rally and prayer vigil, titled “We Deserve to Live,” held in the wake of George Floyd’s death at Kianga Isoke Palacio (formerly known as Doolittle) Park in Las Vegas’ historic West Side on June 5, 2020. Photo is courtesy of Nevada lawyer Angela Cook.
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