Foley & Mansfield
Foley & Mansfield

Sheina R. Long

Attorney - Minneapolis

slong@foleymansfield.com

612-216-0259

Bar Admissions: Illinois; Missouri; Wisconsin; U.S. District Court, Southern District of Illinois

Practice Groups: Toxic/Mass Tort; Product Liability; Personal Injury Defense

Education: Liberty University School of Law, JD, 2014; Greenville College, B.A., History and Political Science, 2011

Memberships: Illinois State Bar Association; Missouri State Bar Association; Illinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel (IDC) - Vice Chair, Young Lawyers Division (2017-2018); The Defense Research Institute (DRI); The Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM)

BIOGRAPHY

Sheina R. Long is an associate in the Minneapolis office of Foley & Mansfield. Sheina focuses her practice on personal injury, products liability, and premises liability, with an emphasis on the defense of toxic tort/mass tort claims. Sheina has represented clients including premises owners, individuals, and product manufacturers from initial complaint to trial prep.

Prior to joining the firm, Sheina represented plaintiffs in personal injury, automobile accident, and medical malpractice cases. Sheina has second-chair experience in civil litigation matters.  She has argued several dispositive motions and hearings on behalf of her clients. 

Sheina received her Juris Doctorate in 2014 from Liberty University School of Law. While there, she interned with the Madison County Circuit Court in Illinois, where she researched, compiled, and compared legal documents for Madison County Civil Court judges. 

Sheina currently serves as Vice Chair of the Young Lawyer’s Division of the Illinois Defense Counsel for the 2017/2018 year. As Vice Chair, Sheina has organized and hosted several happy hour and fundraising events to benefit several organizations in the community. She has also published articles for the Illinois Defense Counsel Quarterly.  

MEDIA

  • Young Lawyers Division: Looking Forward to the Future, Young Lawyers Report, IDC Quarterly, Volume 25, Number 4. Read this Article. 
  • Young Lawyers Division: Developing Lawyering Skills, Young Lawyers Report, IDC Quarterly, Volume 28, Number 1. Read this Article.

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