Ryley Siegner, Attorney
Ryley Siegner is an Attorney at Clark Wardle, LLP, focusing on land use, construction, and administrative law litigation. He graduated in 2012 from the University of Idaho College of Law, where he studied land use, natural resource law, and environmental law.
Mr. Siegner served as Judicial Staff Attorney to Administrative District Judge Lansing Haynes, where he developed a penchant for the many land use, construction, and zoning disputes throughout Idaho’s First Judicial District. Through both his clerkship and litigation experience, Ryley has learned what works in litigating cases from both an advocate’s and a judge’s perspective: integrity, creativity, and mastering the facts in order to tell his clients’ stories persuasively.
Prior to his career as an attorney, Mr. Siegner worked as a wilderness ranger in Idaho’s Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness, as an Emergency Medical Technician in Ada County, and as an Americorps volunteer in Kalispell, Montana. Ryley has also held various and sundry esteemed positions such as farm laborer and paperboy beginning at age 11 in Post Falls, Idaho, where he watched the one-stoplight farming and sawmill town’s population grow by a factor of ten and transform the local economy. In his free time, he enjoys getting himself un-lost while bushwhacking in the mountains and dodging trees while sliding on snow.
- University of Idaho, B.S. (Sociology) 2005.
- University of Idaho College of Law, J.D. (Natural Resource and Environmental Law), 2012.
- Bar Admissions: 2012, Idaho; 2018, Washington