Caroline Young counsels clients in civil litigation matters, including a focus on real estate. She joined Frascona, Joiner, Goodman and Greenstein, P.C. in 2019 as a law clerk and subsequently as an attorney in 2021.
Ms. Young represents buyers, sellers, real estate brokers, and commercial and residential landlords throughout litigation. Prior to joining the firm, Caroline gained hands on experience with the eminent domain process in Texas, which first sparked her passion for litigation and land use. Since working at the firm, she has gained valuable experience across the firm’s wide range of practice areas. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, snowboarding, reading, and board games.
Law Clerk. Frascona, Joiner, Goodman & Greenstein. P.C., Boulder, Colorado. January 2020–June 2021.
Legal Intern. Colorado Office of the Attorney General—State Services Section, Denver, Colorado. January 2021–May 2021.
Judicial Intern. Colorado Supreme Court, Justice Carlos A. Samour Jr., Denver, Colorado. August 2019–December 2019.
Summer Associate. Marrs Ellis & Hodge, L.L.P., Austin, Texas. June 2019–August 2019.
University of Colorado Law School, Boulder, Colorado, May 2021
❖ University of Colorado Law Review, Articles Editor
Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas, May 2016
Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, summa cum laude
❖ NCAA Division III Women’s Softball Team
❖ Volunteer Healthcare Clinic, Volunteer, Austin, Texas Fall 2016
❖ Upward Bound, Tutor, Georgetown, Texas 2015 – 2016
❖ The Locker, Volunteer, Georgetown, Texas 2013 – 2016
❖ St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Fundraising Volunteer, Georgetown, Texas January 2013 – May 2016
Google Review ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Great experience! I had a situation recently with a new home builder that had misrepresented multiple responses that they had provided in order to mislead me into buying one of their homes. Once the situation started hitting the fan over and over and things were heading south very quickly my realtor referred me to Frascona Joiner Goodman & Greenstein PC. I worked with Caroline Young, one of the attorneys and her team. She went through my detailed written description of what had transpired and took the time to discuss the situation with both my realtor and me. She agreed that the builder had intentionally taken advantage of the situation and she was able to pull together legal statutes in order to demand my earnest money back. One letter and one conversation with the home builder's attorney and the full amount of my earnest money deposit was returned to me in about 45 days.