Calli Turner

Associate, Litigation
Dallas
3000 Thanksgiving Tower
1601 Elm Street
Dallas, Texas 75201
t 214.999.4315 f 214.999.3315
cturner@gardere.com

Calli Turner is an associate in Gardere's litigation practice group, where she prosecutes and defends complex commercial disputes in both federal and state courts. Calli focuses her practice on real estate litigation and represents secured lenders, investors, owners, contractors, and other participants in disputes involving title claims, including suits to quiet title and boundary disputes, purchase and sale agreements, commercial loans, foreclosures, commercial leases and construction matters. She has handled motion practice, written discovery, depositions, hearings, settlement negotiations, trials, collection efforts, including applications for writs of garnishment and writs of execution and client management and counseling.

After finishing first in her class at the Texas Tech University School of Law, Ms. Turner served as a judicial clerk for Judge Reed O'Connor of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas in Dallas. She joined Gardere immediately following her clerkship.

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