Shannon Harmon is a licensed attorney and passionate researcher on topics related law, business and technology. She currently works in a business analyst role as part of a team dedicated to implementing an enterprise content management solution in a mid-sized local government.
Shannon joined private practice after completing a two-year, highly competitive national fellowship. As a litigation associate for a large firm, she handled complex commercial litigation matters for companies across industries. She worked on a significant number of large scale e-discovery matters for large national corporations. Shannon continued to study e-discovery, designing and teaching a college-level course on E-Discovery and Case Management Technology.
In addition, Shannon independently performs research projects related to law, business and technology. She edits and creates content for two sites dedicated to exploring topics related to law, information governance, information privacy and security, and technology. Shannon is particularly interested in the impact on small businesses and the nexus between data science, justice and economic equality.
Shannon has presented on leadership, privacy law, and big data at national and international conferences.
She is a graduate of the University of Chicago Law School and holds a B.A. from Duke University and has completed coursework in Management Information Systems. She holds an ECM specialist designation from AIIM, a leading information management industry association.