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

Construction Leadership Council: Developing the Next Generation of Leaders

McDonald Carano is proud to support the Construction Leadership Council through our sponsorship of their 9th annual Sporting Clay Shoot fundraising event. All proceeds of the event are donated to ACE High School at Carson Valley Clays in Minden. Created by the Associated General Contractors, the CLC is designed to develop the next generation of leaders in the construction industry. Matt Addison, Managing Partner of our Reno office and Chair of our Construction Law & Litigation Practice, also personally donated a sponsorship of the fundraising event. The CLC provides mid-career professionals with peer networking opportunities, leadership skills training, education about industry innovations, and a forum for exchanging ideas and experiences. Information about CLC membership, monthly meetings, and community service activities is available here.

McDonald Carano’s involvement in the Nevada Chapter of the Associated General Contractors includes serving as an annual premier level sponsor of the association, providing educational training programs throughout the year, and attorney Phil Mannelly serving as the association’s outside General Counsel.

About McDonald Carano

In 2024, McDonald Carano celebrates 75 years of serving Nevada’s legal, business, government, and civic communities. More than 60 lawyers and government relations professionals serve Nevada, national, and international clients from our offices in Reno, Las Vegas, and Carson City. McDonald Carano provides legal services and government affairs and advocacy advice to startups, corporations, private companies, trade associations, nonprofits, public entities, high-net-worth individuals, and family offices throughout Nevada. We are proud to be your Nevada law firm since 1949.

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