As one of the strongest litigators in Southern Nevada, Carlos Blumberg joined the De Castroverde Law Group to focus on personal injury, real estate, family law and other business-related cases. Carlos is also a founding member of the Nevada Dispensary Association and has become an expert in Nevada’s marijuana laws.
Among many honors he has received throughout his career, Carlos has earned the grading of “AV” for the highest possible rating in both legal ability and ethical standards by Martindale-Hubbell. In addition to his work at De Castroverde Law Group, Carlos is an arbitrator for the Eighth Judicial District Court and a Hearing Officer for police fatalities review hearings. He has served as judge pro tem for Clark County, an alternate Municipal Court judge for the City of Las Vegas, an administrative law judge for the State of Nevada and a mediator for Nevada’s Foreclosure Mediation Program.
In 1996, Carlos graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas with a bachelor’s degree in political science with a minor in Spanish. He studied law at the Tulane University Law School, and received his law degree in 1999. At Tulane, he was elected as first year class representative/senator and a member of American Inn of the Courts.
After graduating from law school, Carlos worked on Capitol Hill as a legislative advisor for U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. He began practicing law in Nevada in 2001. He was an attorney with Mushkin & Hafer from 2003 to 2007 before returning to his own practice, handling cases in family law, real estate law, escrow closings, complex civil litigation and negotiation, criminal law, business, corporate law, international law and government affairs.
Active in the community, Carlos is vice chairman of Nevada’s regional office of the Anti-Defamation League, and is active with the Jewish Federation and American Inns of Court. He is fluent in Spanish and speaks conversational Hebrew.