Dominic M. Carollo is a Partner at Yockim Carollo LLP, which focuses on the representation of industries, businesses, landowners and local governments with relationships to the timber, agriculture, water, mining and other natural resource sectors located throughout Oregon. Mr. Carollo’s practice areas include water law, land and real estate law, threatened and endangered species, federal and state environmental law, public land law, as well as general civil litigation and business law. Along with handling most of the firm’s litigation, Mr. Carollo advises clients on a wide variety of regulatory, contractual and policy matters.
Prior to his law career, Dominic worked as a sportfishing guide on the Alaskan Peninsula guiding clients for all species of salmon, halibut and rainbow trout. He also spent time working for Oregon State University’s College Forests while attending Oregon State University.
Mr. Carollo holds a B.A. from Oregon State University and earned his J.D. from the Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College, with a certificate in Environmental and Natural Resources Law.