Focusing her practice in labor and employment, Carolina Flores is determined to help employers understand how the law impacts their businesses and their employees.
She focuses her practice on assisting employers with a wide range of employment, wage and hour, labor, leave and discrimination disputes. Carolina was a summer associate with Barnes & Thornburg before joining the firm full-time. During that time, she conducted a three-state survey on employment laws in connection with an acquisition and drafted a memorandum on the use of social media platforms for employee recruitment.
During law school, Carolina was a research assistant, where she proofread parts of the Third Edition of Labor Law in the Contemporary Workplace. She also was an intern for District 10 Pro Bono Project in Bloomington, Indiana, where she conducted client intake interviews to assess potential legal claims and advised regarding litigation procedure; drafted divorce and guardianship petitions; and drafted a memorandum regarding a law that allows domestic abuse victims to sever leases.
Additionally, Carolina was a law clerk for Judge Thomas Alevizos in the La Porte County Circuit Court. During her clerkship, she spearheaded an initiative to correct clerk’s records through Ind. Trial Rule 41(E), which allows the judge to close a case for failure to prosecute, by reviewing clerk records and case files from 1951 to determine appropriate actions.
She also researched various legal issues related to driver’s license reinstatements, in camera reviews, and motions in limine for an eminent domain case; wrote an order for summary judgment in a premises liability case; and briefed complaints for relief from prisoners at the Indiana State Prison. .
Carolina is not regularly admitted to practice in the local courts of Indiana.
Professional and Community Involvement
Board member, Latinos Count
Member, University of Saint Francis Alumni Board