Shannon Jones Harmon is a licensed attorney, researcher, and analyst. Her current role as an IT analyst expands on her experience in electronic discovery and case management technology and strengthens her ability to address legal issues in the areas of technology and information management.
Shannon is intensely curious about information and how we use, store and create it from both a legal and management perspective.
Shannon joined private practice after completing a two-year, national fellowship. As a litigation associate for a large firm, she handled complex commercial litigation matters for companies across industries, served as lead associate on a national coordinating counsel engagement, and performed work on large scale, e-discovery matters. She also designed and taught a college-level course on e-discovery.
Shannon independently performs research projects related to law, business and technology. She edits and creates content for two sites and is building a research portfolio focused on the legal and policy implications of technology on small businesses and the nexus between data science, justice and economic equality.
She is a graduate of the University of Chicago Law School, holds a Bachelor’s from Duke University, and has completed coursework in Management Information Systems. She holds an Enterprise Content Management (ECM) specialist designation from AIIM, a leading information management industry association.