Andreya Steidl is a 2L law student at Washington & Lee University School of Law interested in practicing business and corporate law after graduation. Her attraction to business law developed while working in real estate as an assistant and progressed into a rental business of her own. She recently competed in the Robert J. Grey Negotiations Competition at W&L where she and her partner finished as runner-ups. Negotiation and mediation are two of Andreya’s passions alongside her involvement in several groups on campus. She is a first-generation student participating in the Business Law Association and the Kirgis Fellow program where she facilitates discussions between alumni and students interested in corporate law and serves as a mentor to 1L students.
Andreya is from Nashville, Tennessee and earned a bachelor’s degree in Legal Studies at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. During the summer of 2022, she worked as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Judge Greenholtz in Hamilton County Criminal Court where she wrote opinions, sat in on discussions in chambers, and prepared research on sentencing guidelines. Over the summer, she also began working towards her real estate license and studying Arabic.
Andreya enjoys playing the piano, horseback riding, yoga, gardening, and sewing. She is a passionate dog rescue advocate and serves in various capacities as a foster parent, transportation driver, and activist. She spends her free time playing with her two dogs, Gus and Milo, or volunteering at Owl’s Hill Nature Sanctuary.