Clark Hill Moves to Downtown Summerlin
Clark Hill announced today that its Las Vegas office has moved to 1700 Pavilion in Downtown Summerlin. The firm’s new office will occupy more than 13,000 square feet directly across from the Las Vegas Ballpark.
“We’re thrilled to make the move to Downtown Summerlin official and get acquainted with our new surroundings,” said Paola Armeni, Clark Hill’s Member-in-Charge of the Las Vegas Office.
Clark Hill’s new location features a greater emphasis on collaborative spaces, enhanced built-in communications technology, and a brighter floor plan with more hoteling options that reflect the firm’s flexible work arrangement. The newly-constructed 10-story building also features a novel recycling program and water conservation fixtures.
With many attorneys and staff residing near the Summerlin location, Armeni said the new location will benefit employees and clients, and be attractive to new recruits.
“The building’s environmental features are a good fit for our firm’s pledge to enhance sustainability,” Armeni said. “We’ve been able to create a space that presents a sophisticated look while offering convenience and flexibility for our teams. Downtown Summerlin is growing and thriving, and we’re excited to be a part of that activity.”
Clark Hill currently has 16 attorneys and 13 staff members in its Las Vegas office. The firm opened a Las Vegas location through a combination in 2017 and added more attorneys, including Armeni, through another combination in 2019.
“We’ve been delighted with the growth and success of our litigation team in Las Vegas,” said Clark Hill Chief Operating Officer Phil Ross. “Our new Summerlin location will enhance our team’s capabilities and enable us to better serve clients throughout the region.”
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