Mackenzie Warren Recognized As a Southern Nevada “Top Lawyer”
McDonald Carano proudly announces that Mackenzie Warren, a Vice President and attorney in our Government Affairs & Advocacy Group, was selected as one of Vegas Inc’s “Top Lawyers” in Public Interest law in 2021. The annual list is a “prestigious list of both peer and community-nominated legal minds – a true representation of only the most prominent and impressive attorneys in town. These leaders in law are not just making an impact in the legal field, they are leaving a mark on those they help along the way.” McDonald Carano congratulates Mackenzie on her second consecutive year of achieving this important recognition of “the hard work and dedication of top lawyers in the courtroom and in the community” in Southern Nevada.
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