It’s easy to imagine a law-themed casino on the Las Vegas strip. The Temple of Justice would be meretricious but cautious, with winking Lady Justice slot machines, public-domain music and noninflammable carpets. It’s less easy to imagine a real Vegas law firm. Vegas is famous for its solicitors, but more in the way of Bangkok than London.

There is no neon in Vegas law offices. No piped-in music. No Wayne Newton (Well, OK, Wayne has been spotted in the halls). But Vegas firms are different.

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