April 2017 issue of COMMUNIQUÉ Published
This issue focuses on matters related to the topic of business litigation. The following articles were written by attorneys for attorneys:
- “’I Don’t Think That Ladies Should Be Lawyers.’” By Tami D. Cowden, Esq.
- “Diversity in the Nevada Bar?” By Bryan K. Scott, Esq.
- “The Case for a More Diverse and Inclusive Work Environment” By Bryce Kunimoto, Esq.
Also included in the printed magazine are practical features for Nevada attorneys including news from the courts and the legal community.
Readers can also enjoy “’I Don’t Think That Ladies Should Be Lawyers.'” by Tami D. Cowden, Esq. where she considers historical attitudes towards women lawyers. After April, this particular message from the president will be available in the print or PDF copies of the April 2017 publication. The president’s page is updated with each issue of COMMUNIQUÉ.
The next issue of COMMUNIQUÉ will be released in May 2017 and include short articles focused on concerns related to sports law.
The printed issue of COMMUNIQUÉ is mailed to members of the Clark County Bar Association. For more information about our publication and services, contact the CCBA staff at 702-387-6011.