We recognize and embrace the diversity that our clients, colleagues, and employees bring to us. Our desire to provide a welcoming and inclusive workplace assists us in recruiting outstanding legal professionals who can apply their unique perspectives to the work of representing our clients. We promote diversity from the top. Four of our nine partners are women, and the Asian-American, Hispanic, and LGBT communities are represented within the partnership. We seek outstanding individuals who want to offer their best to our culture and to the service of our clients. We are an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, ethnic origin, race, creed, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
Our pro bono work has earned the Firm several awards for providing the poor and indigent with access to justice. These include:
2005 – Clark County Pro Bono Project Law Firm of the Year
It is our philosophy that good lawyers are leaders not only in the courtroom but also in the community. Our attorneys, staff and families hold positions of leadership in several philanthropic and volunteer organizations.
2010 – Lied Award: Most Pro Bono Hours by an Attorney
2010 – Pro Bono Attorney of the Year awarded to Aurora Maskall, of counsel to firm
2013 – Lied Award: Most Pro Bono Hours Attorney awarded to Cindie Hernandez, shareholder
2013 – Lied Award: Most Pro Bono Hours for a Law Firm
Many employees of the firm are involved in community athletics and sports leagues. The firm has participated several times in the City of Las Vegas Corporate Challenge, a regional corporate Olympics, garnering numerous victories in the soccer, football, walk race, dodgeball, track and field, and “Biggest Loser Weight Loss Challenge” events.