“Mr. Siegel earned his undergraduate degrees in Criminology and Political Science from Oklahoma City University where he was a member of the Oklahoma City University baseball team. While at Oklahoma City University, Mr. Siegel was selected as an Academic All-American in baseball in 1998 and 1999. Mr. Siegel was on Oklahoma City University’s Dean’s Honor List from 1996 to 1999 and graduated magna cum laude in 1999. Mr. Siegel was selected as Criminal Justice Student of the Year by faculty at Oklahoma City University in 1999 as well. Mr. Siegel was also drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates professional baseball team but chose to attend law school at the University of Oklahoma College of Law after college.
While attending the University of Oklahoma College of Law, Mr. Siegel was selected to the Dean’s Honor Roll. He also clerked for Judge William Heatherington, who was appointed to the Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals shortly thereafter. After graduating law school in 2002, Mr. Siegel worked for five years at a medical malpractice defense firm defending doctors and hospitals. While here, Mr. Siegel was named Oklahoma County Pro Bono Lawyer of the Year for his pro bono work representing children in DHS custody. Mr. Siegel began representing those injured through the negligence and neglect of others in 2007 and has done so exclusively since then.
He is licensed to practice law in California and Oklahoma. When not practicing law, Mr. Siegel and his wife, Nicole, enjoy spending time with their rescue dogs Little Man and Sadie and rescue cat Snickers. They also fondly remember their original rescue dog, Cooper.”