Ida M. Ybarra, Esq.
Ida is originally from the small farming town of Corcoran, California. She attended the University of California, Berkeley where she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in social welfare with an emphasis in psychology and a minor in Chicana/o Studies. She went on to earn her Juris Doctor degree from Thomas Jefferson School of Law. During law school, Ida studied abroad in Nice, France where she was taught international constitutional law by the late Justice Scalia of the Supreme Court of the United States.
Ida previously worked at a personal injury firm where she created and managed the workers' compensation department. She also worked as a workers' compensation insurance adjuster for several insurance companies. Her prior experience has allowed her to advocate for the rights of her clients.
When Ida is not practicing law, she enjoys traveling the world, watching college basketball and football and reading.
Ida is admitted to practice law in Nevada and is a member of the Nevada State Bar, Nevada Federal District Court and 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.