Siduri Beckman joined the firm in 2020, assisting attorneys in her role as a paralegal. Prior to joining, Siduri interned at the Louisiana Capital Assistance Center and Fair and Just Prosecution. As an undergraduate, Siduri served as the Advocacy Chair of the Yale Undergraduate Prison Project and led undergraduates in collaborations with local organizations to pass a Civilian Review Board in the city of New Haven and push to end the practice of solitary confinement in Connecticut prisons. She also served as the President of the Urban Improvement Corps, which provides tutoring and mentoring to New Haven public school students.
Siduri graduated from Yale University in 2020 with a Bachelor of Arts in Global Affairs from the Jackson Institute and a certificate in Human Rights from the Yale Law School Schell Center. At Yale, she received the David Everett Chantler Award for her work on criminal justice reform efforts.
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut