Callie Pippin Raitinger is an associate attorney at Graves Garrett. She represents clients in a variety of litigation cases, with her background ranging from intellectual property and business disputes to contract law and employment related matters.
Prior to joining Graves Garrett, Callie worked as an associate at Waits, Brownlee, Berger, Hoop, and Johnston. She also served as a Law Clerk to the Hon. David M. Byrn, Circuit Court of Jackson County, Missouri for five years.
Outside of her practice, Callie is very involved in the legal community. She currently serves as a Councilmember on the Missouri Bar Association Young Lawyers’ Section, where she also serves as Chair and Editor of the Young Lawyer, which is a newsletter published by the Young Lawyers Section.
Callie is a two-time recipient of the YLS Outstanding Service Award, and a current board member for the Association for Women Lawyers of Greater Kansas City. She is also a graduate of the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association’s prestigious Bar Leadership Academy, and has significant experience speaking at continuing legal education seminars.
In 2015, Callie was a recipient of the Missouri Lawyers Weekly Up & Coming Award. Later that year, she published an article called “Warrantless Search of the Digital Data on Cell Phones” in the Journal of the Missouri Bar.
Callie graduated with Deans Honors from Washburn University School of Law, and summa cum laude from Washburn University School of Business, both in Topeka, Kan. She lives in Kansas City.