Shannon’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation and land use law. Shannon has successfully represented clients in multimillion-dollar lawsuits, construction defect cases, and land use applications and appeals. She’s also a former licensed real estate broker which enables her to bring practical knowledge and understanding of her client work that deals with construction, real estate and land use law.
Shannon loves living on her family farm north of Prineville, camping, and cross-stitching.
While attending the University of Oregon, Shannon was the director of the Moot Court Board and the symposium co-editor for the Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation. She was also a volunteer with the Crook County District Attorney’s Office. Shannon is particularly interested in the legal issues facing Central and Eastern Oregon. She loves to practice law because she saw a real need in rural communities for legal assistance.