Nicholas J. Sideras is an Associate Attorney with Gregerson, Rosow, Johnson & Nilan, Ltd., practicing in the areas of civil litigation, fidelity and surety law, business law, and municipal law.
Mr. Sideras graduated from the University of St. Thomas cum laude and received his J.D. from the University of Wisconsin Law School. While in law school, Mr. Sideras served as Senior Note and Comment Editor of the Wisconsin International Law Journal. Mr. Sideras also competed on the law school moot court and mock trial teams and he was awarded the best oralist award at the 2015 University of North Carolina Craven Moot Court competition. Mr. Sideras serves as a coach for the Jessup International Law Moot Court team at the University of St. Thomas Law School and as a coach for the mock trial team at the University of St. Thomas.
Before joining Gregerson, Rosow, Johnson & Nilan, Mr. Sideras served as a judicial law clerk to Judge Barbara Hanson of the Minnesota District Court, Judge Randall Slieter of the Minnesota Court of Appeals, and as a judicial extern to Justice David T. Prosser of the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
- B.A, University of St. Thomas, cum laude, 2012
- J.D., University of Wisconsin Law School, 2015
- Minnesota, 2015
- Wisconsin, 2015
- Finding the Invisible Women: Gender Stereotypes Versus Student Interest in Foreign Policy and Security Subfields, 48 PS: Pol. Sci & Pol. 473 (2015).
- The Dictational Power of the Masses: Reconciling Deliberative Democracy with the Sovereign, 1 Twin Cities Rev. Pol. Phil 68 (2011).