Shannon’s practice is focused on the intersection of public health and environmental law.
Shannon is an Associate in the Seattle Office. She counsels clients on a range of issues, including environmental review, brownfield redevelopment, emerging contaminants, and renewables. She has worked on cases arising under the National Environmental Policy Act, the Federal Land Policy and Management Act, and the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act.
Shannon graduated from the University of Michigan Law School where she was a Dow Sustainability Fellow. She also received her Master’s in Public Health in Environmental Health Promotion and Policy from the University of Michigan School of Public Health. In law school, Shannon worked as a Student Fellow at the Great Lakes Environmental Law Center, where she helped draft multiple amicus briefs in litigation over the Rights of Nature provisions in the Ecuadorian Constitution and was nominated to the World Commission on Environmental Law. She also served as a summer law clerk for the Inter-American Association for Environmental Defense and was a Supervisor for the Environmental Crimes Pro Bono Project. As a graduate student, Shannon also taught courses in environmental law and human health and the environment.
- Counsel to agricultural client in defense of challenges to land exchange under FLPMA and NEPA.
J.D., University of Michigan Law School (2022)
M.P.H., University of Michigan School of Public Health (2022)
B.A., Wesleyan University (2014)
Admissions & Memberships
Washington State Bar