Carmen Solano | ADMINISTRATIVE paralegal
University of Nevada-Las Vegas (2017-2021)
Greenspun College of Urban Affairs
Major: Urban Studies
Brookings Mountain West
Minor: Public Policy
Callister & Associates
Litigation Paralegal (2013-2017)
Estate Planning and Asset Protection
Business Planning, Formation, and Acquisition
Probate and Estate Administration
Real Estate Investment and Development
Contracts and Transactions
Personal Injury and Wrongful Death
Divorce and Protective Orders
Carmen is an experienced paralegal whose multifaceted skills are a culmination of her work with government agencies, industry experts, private sector businesses, local courts, federal courts, and appellate courts.
As a project manager, Carmen has helped bring to life master planned development projects here in her hometown, working alongside attorneys, investors, developers, architects, and transportation experts as well as city, county and state officials.
In the realm of civil rights, Carmen has worked with the EEOC to protect the rights of workers; with the Mexican Consulate to protect the rights of con-nationals; and with the Clark County District Attorney’s office and the Henderson Police Department to advocate for the rights of victims.
After earning her bachelor’s degree, Carmen’s goal is to earn both a law degree and a master’s in public policy. She hopes to continue advocating for civil rights and workforce development policies at a non-profit, a university, the government, or ultimately at a think tank.
As the firm’s office manager and senior paralegal, Carmen is the first point of contact for our clients. She always makes herself available to clients and gets to know them on a personal level.
Today, Carmen spends much of her time running the law practice, going to school, and conducting undergraduate research. When Carmen does have some free time, she enjoys traveling, hiking and Cross-Fit training.