Helping Children as Survivors of Domestic Violence

McDonald Carano is proud to announce that Sarah Ferguson will be participating as a panelist at the “Power Act” CLE program hosted by Washoe Legal Services on August 18 from 12:00 pm-1:00 pm. The Honorable Judge Sullivan will moderate the program, which will be provided live and via Zoom.

The CLE event will focus on the needs of children as survivors of domestic violence with the goal of raising awareness in communities and encouraging attorneys to volunteer their time and services to help victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Sarah Ferguson has volunteered her time to such causes and will share her insights and experience during the discussion, along with co-panelists Karen Baytosh, Chandeni Sendall, John Krieger, Marisa Rodriguez and Xavier Planta.

To register for the event, please send an email to Amanda Brock at A link will be provided to attend virtually upon registration and the live CLE will be held at Lloyd D. George Courthouse, Jury Assembly Room, 333 Las Vegas Boulevard S., Las Vegas, 89101.

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