Shannon graduated in 2016 from Stockton University in New Jersey with her Bachelor's in Political Science, a Pre-Law concentration, and a Minor in Philosophy and Religion. Right from college, Shannon went on to attend the Thomas R. Kline School of Law at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA. Shannon graduated and received her JD from the Kline School of Law in 2019. After Shannon completed law school, she was hired for a Judicial Clerkship in the New Jersey Superior Court in Burlington County. Shannon was a law clerk under the Honorable Eric G. Fikry, J.S.C. Shannon was Judge Fikry's first law clerk and gained invaluable experience being such.
During law school, Shannon found her passion for family law. Shannon was a judicial intern in the Burlington County Domestic Violence Unit. She also interned for the Women’s Law Project in Philadelphia, PA. She then went on to be a certified legal intern with the Child Advocacy Unit in the Montgomery County Public Defender's Office in Norristown, PA. Each of her experiences provided her with the ability to speak with, and advocate for, diverse groups of people, from adults to children. Shannon continues to use this experience and the skills she gained from such to advocate for her clients, their families, and their best interests.
When Shannon is not working, she spends her time with her husband, family, friends, and of course, her dogs.