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Carlos Anaya

Attorney

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Licensed In: Nebraska (pending) and Colorado

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Trusted Advocate

Omaha Litigation Attorney

Attorney Carlos Anaya is a reliable and motivated associate at Goosmann Law Firm who helps his clients navigate complex legal disputes. Carlos aims to provide creative problem solving and guidance to those who find themselves in sticky situations.

Carlos’ systemic processes and determined work allows him to help business leaders, business owners, and individuals with the legal support they need in their dispute. The complex legal system can be hard to navigate. Carlos takes the time to communicate with clients to identify their goals in their unique case and he follows through with the appropriate actions needed.

Carlos has always had an interest in the legal system and how it impacts everyone. He wanted to be a litigator because he believes that every case presents an interesting and unique challenge for him to tackle.

Carlos received his Juris Doctor from University of Colorado Law School and his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln.

LICENSED IN: Nebraska (pending) and Colorado

Carlos’ “Why”

Carlos enjoys reading, playing tennis, snowboarding, cooking, and going on hikes with his cute dog, Miklo.

Bar Admissions

  • State Courts: Nebraska (pending) and Colorado

Education
  • University of Colorado Law School, Boulder, CO, 2020
    • Juris Doctor
  • University of Nebraska at Lincoln, Lincoln, NE, 2016
    • Bachelor of Arts, Political Science
Previous Employment
  • Colorado Department of Labor and Employment
    Compliance Investigator, 2020-2022
    • Investigated alleged violations related to Colorado wage and hour laws.
    • Issued written determinations identifying violations and amounts owed by employers.
  • University of Colorado, Civil Law Clinic
    Student Attorney, 2019-2020
    • Represented clients in matters related to wage theft and matters governed by the Colorado State Personnel Board.
  • Colorado Judicial Branch
    Intern/Judge Roberto Ramirez, January 2019-May 2019
    • Observed criminal trials, arraignments, and sentencing hearings.
    • Drafted memos on a wide variety of criminal matters.
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