Kathleen Siciliano Joins Burnette, Dobson & Pinchak

Friday, August 10, 2018
Kathleen Siciliano
Kathleen Siciliano

The Chattanooga law firm Burnette, Dobson & Pinchak announce Kathleen Siciliano, 2018 UT Law graduate, has joined the firm as a new associate attorney. 

Ms. Siciliano is a Chattanooga native, a graduate of GPS, and the daughter of Gerard and Paula Siciliano. 

While in law school, Ms. Siciliano served as the publications editor and web dditor for the Tennessee Law Review and was active in the Environmental Law Organization. 

Ms. Siciliano received her undergraduate degree in Geographic Science from James Madison University in 2015.  Prior to joining BDP, she interned with the Chattanooga Office of the City Attorney and Oak Ridge National Laboratory.   



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