Shannon practices complex litigation and dispute resolution in a variety of areas. She also has a background in federal Indian law, policing policy, restorative justice, and tenant advocacy, and has been trained as a mediator. Her experience includes representing individuals and corporations as both plaintiffs and defendants in federal and state courts.
Prior to joining Boies Schiller Flexner in 2018, Shannon completed her doctoral and master’s degrees at Harvard University, where she was a Graduate Prize Fellow. She also spent a summer as a researcher at the Newberry Consortium in American Indian Studies Summer Institute. Before beginning post-graduate studies, Shannon was a Dartmouth College post-graduate Lombard Fellow and Doughtery Fund Grantee in Mongolia and a Dartmouth post-graduate Reynolds Scholar in Australia. A 2016 Fellow at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics in Law, she is on the FASPE Alumni Steering Committee and currently writes for the FASPE newsletter What We Are Talking About. Her FASPE webinar “Learning from the Germans: Confronting the Legacy of Racism in the Professions” can be found here.