Yolanda Carapia is a personal injury lawyer at De Castroverde Law Group where she primarily practices personal injury litigation.
In 2015, Yolanda earned her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Thereafter, Yolanda earned her law degree from the William S. Boyd School of Law in 2018. During law school, Yolanda was an Articles Editor for the Nevada Law Journal. She was also an active member of the Nevada Justice Association, La Voz, and a member of the Student Body Association. Moreover, during law school she externed for the Honorable Judge Bare and the Honorable Judge Togliatti.
Yolanda first joined De Castroverde Law Group as a law clerk in 2016 while attending law school and as a lawyer in 2018. Yolanda was admitted to the Nevada Bar in 2018, and the United States District Court for the District of Nevada in 2019. Yolanda was also admitted to the Arizona Bar in 2019. Yolanda enjoys working in the community she grew up in and for a law firm that serves the Hispanic community in a way that she is innately passionate about. Every day at work, she sees the difference she makes in her client’s lives by providing them with quality legal services and educating them about our legal system throughout the process.
In her free time, Yolanda spending time with her friends, family, and her golden doodle, Benny Blanco.