Shannon Jones focuses her practice on commercial real estate with an emphasis on development, investment, leasing, and finance.
Prior to joining the firm, Shannon was a partner at a law firm based in Santa Margarita, California where she advised a variety of businesses and individuals in the agriculture and western industries with an emphasis on equine law, business and real estate transactions, entity formations, and land use. Previously, she was an attorney at a California-based law firm in its San Luis Obispo office where she represented clients in a wide range of civil litigation matters. Shannon worked as an associate in the Los Angeles, California office of an international law firm where she represented and advised leaders, investors, developers, buyers, and borrowers in real estate transactions.
University of California, Los Angeles School of Law, J.D. (2015)
Tarleton State University, M.B.A. (2011)
California Polytechnic State University, B.A., Communication Studies (2010) Dean's List
World Series of Team Roping, Member
Womens Professional Rodeo Association, Member
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