Celebrating 75 Years of Serving Nevada’s Legal, Business, Government, and Civic Communities

Bill Magrath Receives 11th Lawyer of the Year Award from Best Lawyers in America

McDonald Carano congratulates Bill Magrath on an outstanding achievement of receiving eleven Lawyer of the Year awards in nine years from The Best Lawyers in America. In Best Lawyers 2023, Bill earned an impressive three Lawyer of the Year awards in Bet-the-Company Litigation, Construction Litigation, and Construction Law. In addition to 2023, Bill has received numerous Lawyer of the Year awards in those same three areas of expertise — Bet-the-Company Litigation (2020, 2018, 2016, 2013), Construction Litigation (2019, 2015, 2012), and Construction Law (2021). 

In addition to eleven Lawyer of the Year awards in Bet-the-Company Litigation, Construction Litigation, and Construction Law, Best Lawyers also recognizes Bill in the practice areas of Corporate Law, Commercial Litigation, and Trust & Estates Litigation. Since 2009, Bill has been annually recognized in The Best Lawyers in America in an ever-increasing number of practice areas. Bill has also received the prestigious Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Peer Review rating since 1996. We congratulate Bill for these excellent awards and recognitions.


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