Megan Siddall is a trusted criminal defense and white collar defense attorney with experience representing individuals in all phases of criminal litigation, including pre-indictment investigations, trials, sentencing, and appeals. Ms. Siddall also represents individuals in civil litigation, government enforcement actions, and scientific research misconduct investigations. Ms. Siddall’s practice has focused on individuals in the health care, pharmaceutical, financial services, and construction industries.
Ms. Siddall is active in the legal community. She has been appointed to serve on the Membership Committee of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Young Lawyers Committee of the Women’s White Collar Defense Association. She is also a member of the Massachusetts Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Boston Women’s White Collar Defense Association.
Ms. Siddall graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School, where she served as the Managing Editor of the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy magna cum laude from Georgetown University, and a Master of Arts in Philosophy from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. After law school, Ms. Siddall clerked for the Honorable John G. Koeltl of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.
Ms. Siddall was previously associated with the powerhouse litigation firm Williams & Connolly LP in Washington DC and another boutique litigation firm in Boston.
D.C. SuperLawyers Rising Star, General Litigation, 2014
Massachusetts, SuperLawyers Rising Star, White Collar Criminal Defense, 2016-2018
“Federal prosecutorial policy a step backwards,” Mass. Lawyers Weekly (May 2017)
Membership Committee of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Young Lawyer Committee of the Women’s White Collar Defense Association
Massachusetts Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Boston Women’s White Collar Defense AssociationBoston Bar Association
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