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McDonald Carano Earns First DEI Medallion from the Nevada State Bar
McDonald Carano is proud to be the first firm to earn the State Bar of Nevada’s new “Partner in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion” medallion in recognition of our DEI initiatives. The medallion is awarded to firms that complete at least…
Supporting the Boys & Girls Club of Truckee Meadows
McDonald Carano’s long-term support of the Boys & Girls Club of Truckee Meadows includes Chelsea Latino and Leo Bergin serving as members of the Board of Directors, participating in the Adopt-A-Family program during the Christmas holiday season, and donating auction…
Education Sponsor: Nevada Museum of Art’s “Ghost Army” Exhibition
McDonald Carano proudly serves as an Education & Programming Sponsor of the Nevada Museum of Art’s Ghost Army Exhibition honoring the Combat Con Artists of World War II. The exhibition is funded by the E. L. Wiegand Foundation and additional…
2023 Hiring Outlook: Midsize Firms Positioned for Recruitment Success
In February 2023, Of Counsel, the legal profession publication known as The Legal Practice and Management Report, published its annual special issue in which law firm leaders across the U.S. share their views on the recruiting and hiring outlook for…
Rob McPeak Receives Mentor in Real Estate Recognition
McDonald Carano congratulates Rob McPeak on his Mentor in Real Estate recognition from the Lied Center for Real Estate. The Lied Center is part of the Lee Business School at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas, which focuses on excellence in…
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