Kasey Youngentob brings legal acumen and litigation experience built from working with both the judiciary and the defense bar to successfully resolve disputes on behalf of individual and commercial clients.
Before joining the firm, Kasey served as a clerk for the Hon. Gregory F. Van Tatenhove at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky; and the Hon. Eugene E. Siler, Jr. at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Kasey credits these positions, and his internship for Kansas Supreme Court Justice Eric S. Rosen while in law school, with providing unparalleled exposure to a wide variety of matters and valuable perspective into the federal and state court systems.
In between his clerkships, Kasey worked as an associate for a regional law firm in Topeka, Kansas, where he sharpened his writing skills and gained experience guiding clients through the legal process. He also served as an associate at Skadden, Aps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP.
Now at Stueve Siegel Hanson, Kasey applies his understanding of courtroom procedure and defense strategy to effectively advocate for his client’s objectives, address the matter’s greater implications at stake – and ultimately secure the best possible resolution.
Outside of his practice, Kasey is an avid traveler, literary fanatic, and Creole cuisine enthusiast.
Vanderbilt University Law School
- Honors: Dean’s List, Dean’s Scholarship
- Scholastic Excellence Award: Informational Privacy Law
- Vanderbilt Law Review Articles Editor
B.S., Psychology and Political Science, cum laude
- Honors: Honors College, Dean’s List, Leadership Scholarship
- New York