Carolyn Clark is a second generation small business owner and Arizona native.
She attended the University of Arizona on a President’s Merit Scholarship and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BA in Sociology. In law school, Ms. Clark discovered and refined a passion for legal writing and alternative dispute resolution.
Between 2004 and 2012, Ms. Clark served as a criminal prosecutor. During her tenure at the Gila County Attorney’s Office, she assisted in the prosecution of a variety of criminal offenses including sexual assault, aggravated assault, theft, fraud, and homicide. Additionally, she became well versed in Civil Forfeitures and Mental Health Commitments. In 2005, she coached the Globe High School Mock Trial team and in 2006, she found time to teach legal courses at the Gila Pueblo Campus. Later, as the Globe Downtown Office Supervisor, she drafted departmental policy and acted as an intermediary supervisor for staff.
Since entering into private practice, she has been blessed to be able to focus on assisting families in transition and crisis. She has had the pleasure of representing and guiding families through Family Law matters, Adoptions, Juvenile Delinquency cases, Guardianships, Dependency Actions and Criminal Defense matters.
Known for her impartiality, tenacity and positivity, she is currently the Gila County Mediator for all domestic relations, dependency cases and assigned small claims court disputes.