Professor Shannon Conway is an Assistant Professor of Law, teaching Torts, Advanced Torts, Consumer Law, and Insurance Law. Professor Conway graduated from the Catholic University Columbus School of Law in 1999, where she spent four years as a student in the Evening Program while working full-time in the DC office of Patton Boggs LLP.
Following graduation from law school, Professor Conway continued her employment with Patton Boggs LLP as an associate, splitting her litigation practice between insurance coverage litigation and complex securities litigation. She also dedicated a substantial number of hours each year to the pro bono representation of underserved members of the community in need of legal services.
In 2004, Professor Conway moved to Patton Boggs’ Dallas office, where she continued her dual litigation practice and was named a Partner of the firm. She later joined forces with a former partner and friend and formed Franklin Scott Conway LLP, where she has represented corporate policyholders in insurance coverage disputes, investors in securities litigation, and plaintiffs in various consumer litigation matters.
Professor Conway joined the College of Law in 2019 and prior to her current role as an Assistant Professor of Law, served as a Professor of Practice, teaching Bar Strategies courses and helping students and graduates prepare for the bar exam.