Callie Castillo is an accomplished litigator and appellate advocate. Having spent over a decade advising and defending public officials and agencies in constitutional and complex litigation, Callie successfully guides clients through myriad forms of legal challenge including commercial disputes, civil rights and regulatory defense, wage and hour class actions, election matters, and state and local taxation. Callie also has substantial experience briefing and arguing appeals on a wide range of issues before the Washington Court of Appeals, the Washington Supreme Court, and the Ninth Circuit. READ MORE
Callie also provides clients with strategic counsel on legislation and public policy issues impacting highly regulated industries, including healthcare, building and construction, agriculture, and telecommunications.
When Callie is not helping clients navigate legal disputes, she can usually be found in the stands of various high school football fields cheering on her husband (as a coach) and teenage son (as a player). Callie also volunteers as a coach for high school mock trial teams.
Lane Powell PC
Washington State Office of the Attorney General
U.S. Senate, Legal Fellow, Senate Judiciary Committee (2005)
White House, Executive Office of the President, Legal Clerk, Counsel to the President’s Office, (2004)
U.S. Attorney’s Office, Law Clerk, Organized Crime and Narcotics Trafficking (2003-2004)
King’s High School, Mock Trial Volunteer Coach (2020-Present)
Washington State Bar Association, Tax Section, Legislative Committee Co-Chair (2021-Present)
Washington State Bar Association, Committee on Professional Ethics, Member (2017-2018)
Lane Powell Featured in Law.com Article ‘How a Select Few Mid-Market Firms Beat Big Law in the Race for Government Talent’
First Amendment Considerations for Local Government: Protests, Petitions, Social Media, & Signs
Washington State Attorney General’s Office Excellence Award (2013, 2016, 2018)
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