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Pisanelli Bice Welcomes New Associate Suneel Nelson
Published on Tue, Jul 9, 2013 (8:57 a.m.)LAS VEGAS – (July 09, 2012) - James J. Pisanelli and Todd L. Bice, founding partners of Pisanelli Bice PLLC, announced today that Suneel Nelson has joined the firm as an associate attorney.
Prior to joining Pisanelli Bice, Nelson served as an attorney in the Clark County Public Defender’s office. There he tried numerous felony cases before juries, and provided his services to indigent defendants charged with crimes ranging from misdemeanors to felonies, punishable by life in prison. In addition, while at Georgetown University Law Center, Nelson served as a notes editor for the American Criminal Law Review and was a member of the Criminal Justice Clinic. He also worked as a law clerk in the Habeas Corpus Unit of the Federal Defender’s Office in Philadelphia.
“We are thrilled to welcome another esteemed attorney to the Pisanelli Bice team,” said Pisanelli. “Suneel’s vast experience and knowledge demonstrates our dedication to recruit outstanding attorneys who provide high-quality service.”
Nelson graduated cum laude from Duke University and received his Juris Doctorate from Georgetown in 2010. Nelson is a member of the State Bar of Nevada. Prior to law school, he worked as the operations coordinator for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
About Pisanelli Bice
Pisanelli Bice is a Las Vegas-based law firm focused primarily on commercial litigation. The firm, founded by attorneys James J. Pisanelli and Todd L. Bice, represents clients ranging from single entity developers and entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 companies, municipalities, public agencies as well as some of Nevada's largest gaming companies. For more information, please visit http://www.pisanellibice.com.
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