Shannon Wilson Rivers
Shannon Wilson Rivers started her legal career by serving as an Investigator with the State of Tennessee, where she investigated employment and housing discrimination claims with the Tennessee Human Rights Commission. Upon completion of law school, she transitioned her State practice to the United States Federal Government, where she served as an Attorney and Representation Specialist with the Dallas Regional Office of the Federal Labor Relations Authority Office of General Counsel. In that capacity, she investigated and prosecuted unfair labor practice charges, and conducted hearings and elections for federal employee collective bargaining units.
Most recently, Shannon has served as a Contract Attorney for several large law firms and legal placement agencies, acted as Faculty/Legal Advisor for a Gallup certified training and coaching corporation, and has been a faculty member at several colleges, universities, and private high schools where she has taught courses in Business Law, Business Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility, Labor Law, Employment Law, and American National Government. She has also taught a Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) prep course through The Princeton Review and is actively involved in the Boy Scouts of America at the Local and Council levels.
Shannon has a J.D. from the University of Tennessee College of Law, a B.A. in Language and World Business & Spanish from the University of Tennessee, and is licensed to practice law in the State of Georgia.