Philip Sieff Receives Distinguished Alumni Award from Hamline University School of Law

Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi L.L.P. is pleased to announce that partner Philip Sieff has been selected as the recipient of the “Distinguished Alumni Award” by Hamline University School of Law.

January 2011

Minneapolis (January 2011) - Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi L.L.P. is pleased to announce that partner Philip Sieff has been selected as the recipient of the "Distinguished Alumni Award" by Hamline University School of Law.

Mr. Sieff is widely recognized for representing seriously injured people and the families of those killed due to the wrongdoing of others.  A special emphasis of his practice involves representing injured children or families of children who have been killed.  He also works extensively with crime victims and people who are suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.  Most recently, he provided pro bono legal services relating to the I-35W bridge collapse in Minneapolis.

"Philip Sieff's distinguished and successful career is a shining example of the legal profession and certainly makes all of us at Hamline proud," says Amber N. Garry, Director of Alumni Relations for Hamline University School of Law.

Dean Donald M. Lewis presented the award to Mr. Sieff on January 20, 2011 at the school's Annual Midwinter Reception.  Firm partners Chris Messerly and William H. Manning are also past recipients of Hamline's "Distinguished Alumni Award."

Mr. Sieff received his J.D. cum laude from Hamline University School of Law in 1985, where he was an Associate Member of the Hamline Law Review and Associate Editor-in-Chief of the Hamline Law Review Symposium.

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