Carissa D. Siebeneck Anderson

Ms. Siebeneck’s practice focuses on government contracts law, natural resources law, and alternative dispute resolution matters. She has expertise in small business government contracting and Native American Law. Before joining the firm, Ms. Siebeneck worked for the Navajo Nation and a west-coast law firm where she worked in government affairs, corporate law, and general litigation. Prior to attending law school, she worked for the U.S. Intelligence Community, investigated claims of human rights violations, and mediated employment discrimination disputes. She serves as a pro bono attorney for Wills on Wheels and Neighborhood Outreach programs. Ms. Siebeneck joined the D.C. office in 2011.


Georgetown University Law Center (J.D., 2009)
University of Georgia, School of Public and International Affairs (M.P.A., 2002)
Marymount Manhattan College (B.A., magna cum laude, 2000)

Admitted to Practice

District of Columbia

Awards and Honors

Managing Editor, Annual Review, Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law
Magna cum laude graduate, Marymount Manhattan College

Previous Experience

Government & Legislative Affairs Associate, Navajo Nation Washington Office
Graduate Intern, Alexandria Office of Human Rights
Senior Consultant, U.S. Intelligence Community Practice, BearingPoint, Inc.
Management and Program Analyst, U.S. Secret Service