Real Estate / Eminent Domain
Carolyn Aguilar has experience in construction defect cases, and in personal injury matters, both on plaintiff and defense sides, including medical malpractice and product liability.
Carolyn is a native of the Bay Area. While still in high school, she began her foray into law by joining the San Francisco Police Activities League Law Enforcement Cadet Program, where she learned some basic criminal law and police procedures.
She later moved to Hawaii, where she attended the University of Hawaii, William S. Richardson School of Law and earned a certificate in Environmental Law. During her time there, she externed for Hawaii Supreme Court Justice, Simeon R. Acoba and Federal Court Judge, J. Michael Seabright, where she worked on matters of statutory interpretation and environmental law. To round out her legal education, she also externed with Hawaii State Senator Mike Gabbard, chair of the agriculture and environment committee, and worked on legislative issues related to Hawaii’s use of alternative energies.