Monday, Dec. 17, 2012 | 2:01 a.m.
As a former active member of the legal bar, I am delighted every time I see a news item complimenting someone on an accomplishment that I know was due to the advice of a lawyer.
Although there have been times recently when a lawyer’s advice was used against a client in print and on TV, the article on how Sheldon Adelson is spending his money to influence people in his favor is a testament to the advice he received from Shelley Berkley.
He just extended it from the Clark County commissioners to the Republican candidates and would-be candidates on a national level. Good lawyers give good advice for the benefit of their clients, right, Mr. Adelson?