Carmelita Gomez has over ten years of experience as a paralegal working in the areas of real estate and land use. She worked for the City and County of Denver in the Municipal Operations section, where she assisted with real estate transactions like the purchase of land for the Rodolfo “Corkey” Gonzales Branch Library and the purchase of land for the Lindsey-Flanigan Justice Center. Carmelita also worked on numerous land use ordinances for Denver City Council. She was praised for her assistance with the land acquisition for the I-70 and Peoria Bridge, a high-profile City project. Carmelita has experience with eminent domain, condemnation, municipality processes, contract preparation, title, zoning, due diligence, survey review, and closings.