Siobhan Donahue


Siobhan Donahue focuses her practice on general liability, commercial and complex litigation.

Prior to joining Carr Maloney P. C., Siobhan was an eDiscovery attorney working on a wide range of legal matters including Second Requests from the Department of Justice related to large-scale mergers and acquisitions, internal financial investigations for international banks, multi-district class-action lawsuits, and general civil litigation. She is also a volunteer attorney with the District of Columbia Pro Bono Bankruptcy Clinic.

Siobhan is a graduate of the Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, where she was an editor for The Journal of Contemporary Health Law and Policy. She was recognized for Pro Bono High Honors by participating in the Legal Services Society’s trip to New Orleans, LA where she assisted in the Orleans Public Defender’s Office. She also served as a teaching assistant for the law schools “In-House Counsel” course.

While attending law school Siobhan was a research assistant for Professor Marshall Breger. She also worked as a law clerk for Hannon Law Group in Washington, D.C.

Siobhan graduated from Temple University magna cum laude with a Bachelor’s in Political Science, where she was awarded the William C. Seyler Scholarship Award. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.


The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law

Temple University, magna cum laude


District of Columbia