Shannon P. Auvil practices in Swift Currie’s civil litigation section with a focus on providing defense counsel to companies involved in premises and products liability matters, as well as insurance coverage issues.
Before joining Swift Currie, Shannon served as a law clerk to the Honorable Michele J. Kim in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Georgia. The sensitive nature of her work in this position demanded a great deal of integrity and precision, which she continues to apply in her current efforts to deliver favorable results for clients. During law school, Shannon worked as a legal intern for the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama and the U.S. Army Legal Services Agency.
As she earned her J.D., Shannon stayed active as the executive editor of the Alabama Civil Rights & Civil Liberties Law Review. Shannon also won several awards, including first place in the Louis Jackson National Student Memorial Writing Competition in Employment and Labor Law, Order of the Samaritan Award for pro bono and volunteer work and the Best Mediator award from the University of Alabama School of Law Mediation Clinic.
- First Place Winner, Louis Jackson National Student Memorial Writing Competition in Employment & Labor Law, 2017
- Order of the Samaritan Award, University of Alabama School of Law, 2017
- Best Mediator, University of Alabama School of Law Mediation Clinic, 2016
- Alabama State Bar
- State Bar of Georgia
Shannon comes from a military family and has a background in journalism. As a news junkie, Shannon loves the opportunities in news gathering and investigations to learn from people she otherwise would never meet.