About Carlie M. Bouslaugh

Carlie M. Bouslaugh focuses on catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death, dangerous condition, and product liability. Before joining Williams Iagmin, Carlie gained invaluable trial experience with a large plaintiff’s firm where she advocated for children’s rights. Through her zealous advocacy, Carlie has obtained numerous settlements and jury verdict in excess of $1 million on behalf of her clients. She has been selected as a Rising Star by Super Lawyers for four consecutive years, 2017-2020. Being selected to Rising Stars is limited to the top 2.5% of attorneys in San Diego. 

Carlie graduated Cum Laude from San Francisco State University where she received the Academic Achievement Award for graduating in the top 5% of her major. She went on to study law at California Western School of Law, where she was recognized as a Distinguished Advocate and was an active competitor on the Moot Court team. She also received the academic achievement award in Contracts and was a member of the Dean’s Honor Roll.

Carlie is committed to public service and ensuring access to justice for San Diego’s low-income community. Carlie sits on the Advisory Board for the Community Law Project Advisory Council.  The Community Law Project (CLP) is a primarily self-funded legal clinic of California Western School of Law.  CLP works to improve the lives of low-income individuals in the San Diego community by providing five free legal clinics throughout San Diego County.  CLP helps well over 1,000 individuals each year through free legal consultations, referrals, and community education presentations. 

In her free time, Carlie enjoys working to restore her 1965 Chevy Nova SS.  She enjoys spending time with her family, particularly if it involves some friendly competition on the racetrack. She also enjoys spending time outside hiking and paddle boarding.