Shannon Dunn combines legal experience with technological skills to help clients meet regulatory and legal requirements with cost-effective risk management, ediscovery, and document review. Working with clients and firm attorneys, Shannon tailors plans for effectively handling and minimizing electronic discovery in civil litigation, arbitration, or administrative proceedings. She provides guidance on general data governance issues and advises clients on litigation holds, search term processes, data culling, collection methods, and overall document review best practices.
Wayne State University Law School, 1998, J.D.
Michigan State University, 1995, B.S., International Studies
Michigan State University, 1995, B.A., Spanish
District of Columbia
US District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
Awards and Affiliations
Member, Michigan Bar Association
Recipient, Wade Hampton McCree Jr. Award for the Advancement of Social Justice, Federal Bar Association, Eastern District of Michigan Chapter (2009)
Recipient, Law for the People Award, National Lawyers Guild (2008)
Recognized, Trial Lawyer of the Year, Public Justice Foundation (2008)