Callie Lee Lindemann
Callie Lee Lindemann recently joined the firm and focuses her practice on reclamation and water law, agribusiness, public agency law and regulatory compliance.
Ms. Lindemann is passionate about shaping the future of farming, the environment, and water for future of California and the American West. She attended the University of Nevada, Reno where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice and a Minor in English Literature.
During law school, Ms. Lindemann was a Staff Writer for the University of Pacific McGeorge Law Review, a finalist in the Ben Franz Mock Trial Competition, a Student Associate of the Anthony M. Kennedy Inn of Court and served as the Vice President of the Water Law Society. Her academic achievements earned her entry on the Dean’s List and a “Witkin Award for Water Resources Law” in the fall of 2016.
Her professional experience includes a summer conducting legal research and writing memorandums for Merced Irrigation District on topics including water rights, the Clean Water Act and California’s statewide mercury control program, plus updating internal guidance on the Public Records Act, the Brown Act and the Vernalis Adaptive Management Plan. While in the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research during the following spring, she gained experience with State Clearinghouse procedure and General Plan Guidelines while tracking and analyzing legislation and conducting research on school siting impacts to agricultural lands.
The following summer, while working at the law offices of Kronick, Moscovitz, Tiedemann and Girard, Ms. Lindemann conducted research, wrote memorandums, and provided legal analysis and counsel regarding regulatory compliance under the Clean Water Act, CEQA, and the Coastal Zone Management Act.
In 2016 - 2017, while working for Westlands Water District, Ms. Lindemann provided district staff with legal support and engaged in substantive and procedural witness preparation for State Water Board water rights change petition hearings.
University of Pacific, McGeorge School of Law (May 2018.)