Friday, April 21, 2017

Boyd's Beacon


  • Before a full house of over 200 people, Harry Reid was officially introduced as Boyd's first Distinguished Fellow in Law and Policy. [Las Vegas Sun]
  • There are lots of possible logistical and legal issues yet to arise, but County Commissioner Steve Sisolak is confident that the new Raiders stadium can be complete by the fall of 2020. [RJ]
  • Could Nevada become a primary election state? [Las Vegas Sun]
  • One of our readers tipped us off to an upcoming Lyrics & Lawyers karaoke contest sponsored by Project Real on June 1, 2017. Can your firm lip sync better than all the rest? [Project REAL]

4 comments:

  1. Harry! Harry! Where do you go when the lights go out?

    Harry! Harry! Where do you go when the lights go out?

    Harry! Harry! Where do you go when the lights go out?

    Harry! Harry! Where do you go?

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  2. The lights are already out, brotha.

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  3. When Harry joined the law school, it dropped a minimum of 20 places. Tell us again how that accident happened? Promised weed stores to violent big wheels by you left off the list? Oops!!! Continued corruption.

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  4. I was wondering how a spring could hurt someone's eye and ribs? Seemed virtually impossible

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