Carina is a Montana native and feels at home in the mountains around Montana and Wyoming. She enjoys spending time with her family, being outdoors, and skating with the Hel’z Belles Roller Derby team.
Tibetan Children’s Education Foundation, Board Member
Prior Experience (Employment)
Prior to her legal work, Carina worked in human resources as a Recruiter and in the new hires department for an organization of over 5,000 employees. Carina also worked with Johns Hopkins University training professionals in developing countries in leadership and health communication.
Presentations & Publications
Montana Chamber of Commerce Business and The Law Conference: Federal Impacts to Montana employers: Immigration and the NLRB - Co-presentation with attorney, Greg Dorrington (2018)
Helena Chamber of Commerce: Sexual Harassment in the Workplace - Co-presentation with attorney, Alissa Chambers (2018)
Supervisory Trainings - Working for the Best, Ready for the Worst - Co-presentations with attorney, Mike Green (2016)
SHRM - Billings Society of Human Resource Managers: Intersection of the Family Medical Leave Act, the American’s with Disabilities Act, and Workers’ Compensation: A Real World Situation you May Face as an Employer (2016)
Board Training: Implementing and Addressing Employment Anti-Discrimination Laws (2014)
Carina Wilmot, Reichert v. State ex rel. McCulloch and the Open Door for Increased Pre-Election Substantive Judicial Review, 74 Mont. L. Rev. 441 (2013) (Available at: http://scholarship.law.umt.edu/mlr/vol74/iss2/9)
Society of Human Resource Managers - Member
State Bar of Montana
American Bar Association
Montana Defense Trial Lawyers Association
First Judicial District Bar Association
Lawyers' Fund for Client Protection, Board Member
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