Whitney Siehl

Whitney Siehl
Recording Secretary

The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law
Degree, 2013

Northwestern University, 2009

Cassiday Schade LLP
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Ms. Siehl is an associate in Cassiday Schade’s Chicago office. She received her J.D., cum laude, from The Ohio State University, Moritz College of Law. She was selected as a managing editor of The Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, the official journal of the American Bar Association’s Section on Dispute Resolution. Ms. Siehl was a recipient of the Albert A. Levin Memorial Award for excellence in Professional Responsibility and was honored as a Public Service Fellow with Dean’s Special Recognition. She received the CALI award for Highest Grade in the Legislation Clinic, Dispute Systems Design, and Comparative Legal Professions.

Ms. Siehl was a member of the Moritz Constitutional Law Moot Court Team. The team was named National Champions of the 2013 Sutherland Cup, one of the oldest and most prestigious national moot court competitions. She also competed as a member of the Great Lakes Mediation Team in 2013. Ms. Siehl completed the Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution and is a certified mediator in the state of Ohio. As President of the Moritz Women’s Legal Society, she planned speakers, events, and hosted golf clinics for female students.

During law school, Ms. Siehl served as an extern for Judge George C. Smith on the Southern District of Ohio. She also interned for NiSource Corporate Services Company, the Ohio House of Representatives, and The Ohio State Department of Athletics Compliance. She independently handled misdemeanor criminal cases in Delaware County, Ohio as a participant in The Ohio State University Prosecution Clinic.

Ms. Siehl graduated from Northwestern University with a B.A. in English Literature. At Northwestern, she was a member of the Women’s Golf Team. Before attending Northwestern, she was a member of the Miami University Cross Country and Track Teams from 2005-2006, where the cross country team was selected as NCAA Academic All-Americans.

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