LaShel Shaw practices in the firm’s litigation section, with an emphasis in intellectual property litigation and technology law.
Ms. Shaw received her Juris Doctor Magna cum laude in 2011 from the Notre Dame School of Law, where she was a Thomas J. White Scholar. While attending Notre Dame she was a research assistant and the Executive Articles Editor of the Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics, and Public Policy.
Before law school Ms. Shaw worked as a newspaper reporter for the Mt. Pleasant Pyramid. She has also worked as an extern for then Magistrate Judge David Nuffer and a law clerk for the Honorable Clark Waddoups, both of the Federal District of Utah. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Shaw was a summer associate with Parr Brown.
- “Hate Speech in Cyberspace: Bitterness without Boundaries” Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics, and Public Policy