Ms. Steinhaus joined Shook & Stone in 2010 as a
Social Security Disability Associate. Since 2010, she has
represented over 1,000 clients before the Social Security Administration for both Title II and Title XVI benefits. She has represented these clients
at hearings throughout the southwest.
Early Experience & Volunteer Work
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Steinhaus practiced law in Chicago, Illinois,
with a focus on personal injury and domestic relations. While in Chicago,
Ms. Steinhaus exhibited a strong commitment to her community by volunteering
at the C.A.R.P.L.S. Clinic and providing free advice about landlord-tenant
issues and domestic relations matters.
She also volunteered as a judge for various moot court competitions held
throughout the region. Since relocating to Las Vegas, Ms. Steinhaus has
volunteered with the ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition and continues
to participate in fundraisers across the valley.
Ms. Steinhaus boasts an impressive education, having received academic
scholarships for both her undergraduate and law school education. Ms.
Steinhaus received her Bachelor of Sciences degree in Business Economics
with a minor in Finance from the University of Louisville in 2003.
She then went on to earn her Juris Doctor degree from Chicago-Kent College
of Law in 2006. While at Chicago-Kent, Ms. Steinhaus was an active member
in the Moot Court Honor Society, competing in competitions throughout the U.S.
Ms. Steinhaus is licensed to practice in Illinois, California and Nevada.