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Shannon Nordstrom

Solo Practitioner at
Nordstrom Law Office, PLLC

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  • Nordstrom Law Office, PLLC

Admitted Jurisdictions

California, Nevada

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Biography

Shannon Nordstrom is a solo practitioner with Nordstrom Law Office, PLLC, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Shannon’s primary practice area involves counseling attorneys and law firms on compliance with rules that govern the profession, including professional conduct/ethics rules, regarding the variety of issues that arise in the practice of law and operating a law office. She currently serves as a Small Claims Judge Pro Tempore for Las Vegas Justice Court, Clark County, Nevada, and as an Alternate Municipal Court Judge for the City of Las Vegas, Nevada.

 Shannon also practices in the estate planning area, with an emphasis on military and first responder families. She has practiced in the areas of professional liability defense, legal malpractice defense, complex commercial litigation, wage-and-hour class action, catastrophic personal injury, railroad and government entity liability, construction claims, misappropriation of trade secrets, unfair competition, collections, and third-party reproductive law.

 Shannon earned her J.D. from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 2001, graduating with distinction and concentrations in Intellectual Property and International Law. She maintains licenses in both California and Nevada.

She is currently a member and Director of the Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers (APRL), and a member of the ABA’s Center for Professional Responsibility, the Southern Nevada Association of Women Attorneys, and the Clark County Bar Association.


 


Practice Areas

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

  • California
  • Nevada

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