Siri L. Palm ([email protected]) is a graduate of The George Washington University Law School. She received a B.S. in Applied Psychology from Montana State University, with a focus in behavioral modification and jury psychology. While writing her senior thesis, Ms. Palm worked for the Bozeman City Attorney’s Office in order to incorporate practical experience and knowledge into her study regarding the use of a juror’s microexpressions to accurately predict their verdict.
While she attended GW Law, Ms. Palm served as a law clerk for the Honorable Karen Schreier (United States District Court for the District of South Dakota) and the Honorable Patricia Broderick (Superior Court of the District of Columbia). Ms. Palm also clerked for the D.C. United States Attorney’s Office in its Homicide Division, working as an integral part of the prosecution team to secure several convictions, including that of a defendant with nationwide notoriety. She was deeply involved in the GW Law community during her attendance, holding positions such as Dean’s Fellow, Director of Student Organizations, Gavel Club Chair, Student Ambassador, and Softball Club Captain and Co-President.
Siri L. Palm is licensed to practice law in the District of Columbia.