Kristine Maxwell is Of Counsel at the Salt Lake City office of Resnick & Louis, P.C. and has worked in the private sector for the past 18 years doing both civil plaintiff and defense work. For the past two years, Kristine has concentrated solely on defense work. She has worked on successful civil appeals at the Nevada Supreme Court and has successfully obtained multi-million dollar settlements for clients in her Plaintiff's work and successfully defended multi-million dollar cases in her work as defense counsel. Additionally, Kristine has a lot of real estate experience in the state of Nevada. This includes handling contract litigation pertaining to the sale of a $10,000,000 parcel near the Vegas Speedway. It went to trial before Judge Bixler where she represented the Defendant. She prevailed in a settlement after the Plaintiffs put on three days of trial. Lastly, Kristine represented a large land owner and purchased a $20,000,000 plot of land at a BLM auction and helped handled that transaction for the land broker.
Kristine received her Bachelor of Science in Social Science from Westminster College of Salt Lake City. She was the Executive Assistant to the Utah Attorney General prior to attending law school and worked on many interesting and precedent setting cases such as Hagan v. Utah, a case that was heard before the United States Supreme Court. Kristine attended the J. Ruben Clark School of Law at Brigham Young University. While in Law School Kristine was selected for the Trial Advocacy Team and worked on special research projects for the faculty advisor to the Trial Advocacy Team Professor Michael Goldsmith. Also during law school, Kristine worked for indigent citizens in Provo, Utah to help them obtain divorces and complete guardianship paperwork free of charge. Immediately following law school she worked in the Environment Division of the Attorney General's Office.
During her free time Ms. Maxwell loves tennis, cooking, and hiking.
Kristine is licensed to practice law in the states of Utah and Nevada.