Raitinger authors cover story for KC Counselor looking at the effects of the pandemic on the local legal industryRoss Martin
Graves Garrett attorney Callie Pippin Raitinger recently authored the cover story for the March edition of the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association’s KC Counselor magazine. The article — titled “The Coronavirus a Year Later: A Look Backward & Forward” — took input from local professionals to highlight the pandemic’s specific effects on Kansas City and the local legal community.
Raitinger surveyed local law firms and individual attorneys for their input on the current status of the industry, while also looking at the bigger picture related to the current environment.
“We have lost members of our community,” Raitinger wrote. “Our colleagues, our friends, our adversaries, our allies, our mentors, our mentees are grieving the loss of love ones. We remember those we’ve lost. We fight with those currently fighting. We grieve with those grieving. More importantly, we join together, perhaps more than ever before, united in resilience and hope for better days ahead.”
The full article can be read here.
At Graves Garrett, Raitinger’s practice includes representing businesses in the defense of civil, criminal, and regulatory investigations, along with counseling clients in matters of corporate compliance. Her experience ranges from intellectual property and business disputes to contract law and employment-related matters. She is also a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US), a distinguished designation recognizing her command of U.S. privacy laws. Raitinger currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Association for Women Lawyers of Greater Kansas City, where she is the Vice Chair of the Women in the Profession Committee. She is also active in leadership positions within the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association, including currently serving as Chair of the Well-Being Committee.