Patricia Gonzalez

Licensing Specialist

Education
  • AA Paralegal Studies, Rancho Santiago College, Santa Ana, California, 1989
Education
  • AA Paralegal Studies, Rancho Santiago College, Santa Ana, California, 1989

Professional Background

Patricia Gonzalez joined McDonald Carano in 2015 as an administrative assistant working with the Gaming & Administrative Law Practice and the Real Estate & Land Use Law Practice. In 2021, Patty became a Licensing Specialist at McDonald Carano and assists with the review, preparation, and submission of gaming applications and business license applications (liquor and gaming) both at the state and local level for the firm’s clients.  During the investigation stage of the regulatory approval process, Patty acts as liaison between the regulators and clients to ensure a smooth path toward application approval. Her experience also includes litigation work, such as discovery, trial preparation, and witness interviews.

Patty earned her Associate of Arts degree in Paralegal Studies from Rancho Santiago College in California and has lived in Las Vegas since 1997. She was born in Argentina, moved to the U.S. at age 5 and is fluent in Spanish.

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