Madiha S. Siddiqui is an associate in Crowell & Moring’s Orange County office, where she practices in the firm’s Antitrust Group. Her practice primarily focuses on complex antitrust recovery.
Madiha graduated from Chapman University, Dale E. Fowler School of Law, where she received a full tuition merit scholarship and awards for top performance in multiple courses, including International Law & Organizations and Federal Income Taxation. In addition to earning the Outstanding Clinical Student Award and Commitment to Service Award, Madiha was presented the Distinguished Graduate Award by the dean and faculty for her scholarship, ethics, and service to the law school and legal community.
As editor-in-chief of the Chapman Law Review, Madiha produced three issues and published an article on the need for constitutional protections against discriminatory government surveillance of Muslim American communities.
During law school, Madiha interned at various government agencies, including the Office of County Counsel for Orange County and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, for which she received Public Interest Law Foundation grant funding.
Additionally, Madiha represented several clients in pro bono cases through Chapman’s Betty & Wylie Aitken Family Violence Immigration Clinic, including a victim of domestic violence seeking to obtain legal permanent residency and four minor siblings who fled from El Salvador to seek asylum from their father’s abuse. She also regularly volunteered at local citizenship and naturalization clinics.
Prior to joining Crowell & Moring, Madiha was a volunteer attorney in the Land Use and Code Enforcement Division of the Office of County Counsel for Riverside County, where she worked on real estate litigation and code enforcement actions. Madiha earned her bachelor of arts in political science from the University of California, Irvine.
Admitted to practice: California