Carra Rentie is an associate in McKool Smith's Dallas office. Carra is a versatile litigator with a wide range of experience.
Carra has previously served as a judicial intern for Chief Judge Leroy M. Not Afraid of the Crow Tribal Courts in Big Horn County, Montana, Judge Martin Hoffman of the 68th District Court in Dallas, and Magistrate Judge Renee H. Toliver of the Northern District of Texas.
While in law school, Carra was active in the Native American Law StudentAssociation and participated in the litigation for McGirt v. Oklahoma, the Black Law Student Association, and StreetLaw. She was the recipient of the Leon M. Cain Community Leadership Award, graduated with Highest Pro Bono Distinction, and served as an editor of the Stanford Law and Policy Review. She also served as an extern for the American Civil Liberties Union Immigrant Rights Project, and the Stanford Community Law Clinic.
Carra is fluent in Spanish and conversational in American Sign Language.
J.D., Stanford Law School, 2020
B.A., Linguistics, Stanford University, 2017