Callie Parkinson Maxwell
Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law (J.D., cum laude, 2010)
Arizona State University, (B.A., Journalism & Mass Communication, summa cum laude, 2007)
Practice Areas and Experience
Callie Maxwell focuses her practice on prosecuting and defending all aspects of business litigation and has clients involved in a broad array of business disputes. She has worked on a variety of matters involving claims for breach of contract, fraud/fraudulent concealment, negligent representation, unfair competition, and false advertising. Callie also has previous experience in the areas of medical malpractice, legal malpractice, and personal injury litigation. She is proud to serve as the Vice President of the Sandra Day O’Connor Inn of Court and the Secretary and Board Member for the Scottsdale Bar Association.
In April 2018, Callie was named a Rising Star by the preeminent lawyer ranking service Super Lawyers.
Representative Cases and Clients
- Represented a commercial tenant asserting allegations of breach of contract and breach of the covenants of quiet enjoyment and good faith and fair dealing against a landlord
- Participated in defense of a real estate professional against allegations of fraudulent concealment, negligence, negligence per se in a land sale transaction
- Represented client in the successful removal of an injunction against harassment
- Represented and obtained a complete Plaintiff’s verdict for painting company in action against a homeowners association for breach of contract
- Represented a homeowner in submitting a claim for reimbursement to the Arizona Registrar of Contractor’s Recovery Fund
- Assisted with the representation of the Arizona State Legislature in the SB 1070 litigation
- Represented promissory note holder in multiple actions against several borrowers for collection after breach of the notes
- Represented an automobile financing company asserting claims of breach of contract
- Represented individuals against allegations of overdue debt made by a collection agency
- Participated in defense of attorney against allegations of misconduct
- Represented a dentist defending against allegations of dental malpractice and failure to diagnose
- Represented a sport complex and a children’s amusement park against personal injury claims
- Jennings, Strouss & Salmon, PLC, September 2011 to November 2013
- Arizona Court of Appeals, Judicial Law Clerk to Chief Judge Ann Scott Timmer, 2010-2011
- Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law (J.D., cum laude, 2010)
Federalist Society, President
Phi Alpha Delta Fraternity, Vice President
Women Law Student Association (WLSA), Member
High Pro Bono Distinction (100+ Hours): Assisting Juvenile & Homeless Legal Assistance Programs
- Arizona State University, (B.A., Journalism & Mass Communication, summa cum laude, 2007)
The Arizona Republic- Assistant Copy Editor
State Press Magazine - Contributing Writer
Delta Gamma Fraternity - President, Vice President Finance & Membership
Service for Sight Foundation- Over 100 Volunteer Hours
- Supreme Court of Arizona
- United States District Court for the District of Arizona
Articles, Publications and Presentations
- Author, “New Help Available for Pro Per Appellants in Maricopa County,” eLegal ( January 18, 2011)
- Contributing Author, “Committee on Improving Judicial Oversight and Processing of Probate Court Matters: Final Report,” www.azcourts.gov (June 2011)
Callie is a member of the Maricopa County Bar Association, Scottsdale Bar Association (holding the office of Secretary as well as a seat on the Board of Directors), Arizona Women Lawyers Association, and the Sandra Day O’Connor Inn of Court (holding the office of Vice President). She also provides pro bono legal services to those in need of assistance.
Outside of the law, Callie is also active in her community. She is currently on the Board of Delta Gamma Fraternity’s Phoenix Alumnae Chapter (former President 2011-2013) and enjoys participating community service projects assisting the visually impaired, the elderly, and homeless domestic animals. She is the President, Treasurer, and one of the three founding Directors of Paw Towne Rescue d/b/a Paw Town Angels, a non-profit organization that saves dogs that are abused, abandoned by their owners, and put on the euthanasia list in Maricopa and other surrounding counties. Her involvement in Paw Town Angels has also lead to Callie’s pro bono representation for dog rescues in need of legal services.
Callie is a Phoenix, Arizona native. In her free time, she enjoys going to country music concerts, photography, playing/watching sports, and spending time with her friends, family, and three dogs. She values spending time outdoors, especially when hiking, camping, snowboarding and scuba diving.