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Nevada Super Lawyers Articles

Gaming Changers

Three Vegas attorneys on bringing women into gaming law

'Knowledge Is Power'

Siria Gutiérrez’s volunteer work is all about helping others succeed through education

Shedding Light

The cases that stick with Patricia Lee tend to start in a dark place


IP specialist Jennifer Ko Craft thinks way outside the box—or any other many-sided shape you throw her way

The Next Evolution in Gaming Law

Dan Reaser’s legislation ushers in the era of skill-based gaming

Polsenberg’s Charge

Appellate lawyer Dan Polsenberg gets 15 minutes of fame—250 times and counting

The Gospel According to Jay

If you ask attorney Jay Young, the worlds of gospel and the law are in perfect harmony


Steve Morris is rooted in Las Vegas, and he knows the business infrastructure. He also knows what it’s like to play trumpet until four in the morning

Getting Old, Getting Fleeced

Kim Boyer Is ON THE CASE

The Shoe Fits

Millie Chou keeps Zappos working hard and playing hard

The 26-State Health Care Challenge

Mark Hutchison’s fascination with the Constitution led him to the law—and his biggest case yet

Living by Her Wits

Carol Davis Zucker, partner at Las Vegas’ Kamer Zucker Abbott, on the intellectual challenge of employment law, the personal challenge of work-life balance, and why she always stops at the U.S. Supreme Court gift shop

Spoiling for a Good Fight

Dennis Kennedy doesn’t back down from a challenge, whether defending Big Tobacco or taking on Toyota

The Bankruptcy Baron

Gerald Gordon helps Las Vegas companies start over

An Ocean of Experience

Nevada's Miranda Du knows the value of education

The Natural

Donald Campbell represents both governors and ordinary citizens with style        

The Unpopular Defense

Five of the region's top criminal defense attorneys talk about representing accused polygamists, neo-Nazis and terrorists

Eat, Drink and Remarry

Marilyn York fights for men's rights in Nevada        

King of the Strip

How Bob Faiss, a soft-spoken farm boy from Illinois, became one of the top gaming attorneys in the world

The Simple Life

Cowboy-poet Al Marquis has a (mostly true) story to tell

Trouble in the Valley of the Dolls

The IRS called her clients “hookers and pimps.” Karen Dennison knew better.

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