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“Advice to law practices and companies seeking to implement diversity and inclusion initiatives and education included, avenues of information gathering, such as focus groups and anonymous surveys, to implementing programs for hiring, training, mentoring, and retention. As Judge Jones phrased it “It’s not a one time thing.” Read more from Senior Partner and the Partner-in-Charge of Murchison & Cumming, LLP’s Las Vegas office, in his article published in Pro Bono issue of the bar journal Communiqué (December 2021).
“To address the abuses in guardianship, in 2015, the Supreme Court of Nevada created a commission to study the creation and administration of guardianships. . . . In its final report, the commission made numerous recommendations, including a proposed Guardianship Bill of Rights.” Read more from Michael Wendlberger, the Director of the Pro Bono Project at Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada, in his article published in Pro Bono issue of the bar journal Communiqué (December 2021).
“Even though there is no way to predict what tomorrow will bring, there are clearly no signs of slowing down, and our incredible legal community continues to lead the way and fight for what is right.” Read more from Nevada lawyer Emily Ellis, a shareholder who serves as the Las Vegas chairperson of Brownstein’s firmwide Karma Committee and as a member of the Pro Bono Committee, in her article published in Pro Bono issue of the bar journal Communiqué (December 2021).
“Many clients expressed their appreciation for the opportunity to have an expedited completion of their documents.” Read more from Candace Carlyon, Esq. and Carol Kingman, Esq. in their article published in Pro Bono issue of the bar journal Communiqué (December 2021).
“Nevada should expand upon Model Rule 1.8 Amendment. The model rule amendment is incomplete. It does not protect attorneys like Donald Smolen, Phillip Taylor, and George Mineff. No attorney should be sanctioned for giving a coat to an impoverished client.” Read more from Chad Pace in his article published in Pro Bono issue of the bar journal Communiqué (December 2021).