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

Pipeline to Leadership: Guiding the Next Generation

Gaming Law Partner Greg Giordano joined members of Nevada’s legal profession to provide a “Pipeline to Leadership” discussion for Student Bar leaders at the William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada-Las Vegas. Co-presenters included representatives from Affinity Bar Associations and members of the State Bar of Nevada Board of Governors, Sections, and Committees. During the luncheon, attorneys shared their experiences, insights, and motivations for becoming leaders in Nevada’s legal community. The April 12 program included a panel presentation, Q&A, and networking.

Greg’s leadership in the legal profession includes serving as Vice Chair of both the Executive Committee of the Gaming Law Section of the State Bar of Nevada and the Gaming Law Committee of the ABA’s Business Law Section. He is also a member of the International Masters of Gaming Law and the International Association of Gaming Advisors (IAGA). For Boyd School of Law, Greg serves as a member of the Gaming Law Advisory Board and the Editorial Board Advisory Committee for the Gaming Law Journal.

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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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