Shannon L. Nash
425 S. Commerce Avenue
Sebring, Florida 33870-3702
Shannon L. Nash started as an associate with Swaine, Harris & Wohl, P.A. in 2019, practicing in the Sebring Office. Shannon graduated from The Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and proceeded to Florida Coastal School of Law where she received her law degree.
Shannon was a Senior Staff Attorney for the Tenth Judicial Circuit, State of Florida where she worked for over six years assisting the judiciary in research and analysis of complex legal issues in the areas of appellate, civil, criminal, family, juvenile, and probate law. Immediately prior to accepting a position with Swaine, Harris & Wohl, P.A., Shannon was employed as the Assistant County Attorney for Highlands County where she represented the County in circuit civil and code enforcement special magistrate proceedings and provided assistance instrumental to the day-to-day operations of the County through its various departments.
Shannon has a passion for volunteering, and enjoys being involved in her community. She has participated in multiple overseas mission trips, volunteered as a guardian with the Guardian ad Litem program, mentored as a “Big Sister” with Big Brothers Big Sisters, and is currently an attorney mentor with the Highlands County Teen Court program. Shannon was a member of Leadership Highlands (Class of 2016), and is currently on the Cultural Advisory Committee for the Performing Arts Center at South Florida State College. In 2014, Shannon was recognized with the “Rising Star Award” from The Rotary Club of Sebring and was recognized again in 2016 with the Club’s “Shining Star Award.”
Shannon is also significantly involved in state and local legal communities. Since 2012, Shannon has been a member of the Willson American Inn of Court, an association of lawyers and judges who are dedicated to promoting the highest levels of professionalism in the practice of law. She served for several years on the Inn’s Executive Committee as Secretary and Historian and currently serves as its Counselor Elect. Shannon is an active member of the Highlands County Bar Association, and previously served two terms as Secretary of the Tenth Judicial Circuit Young Lawyers Section. She is also a current member of the Florida Association for Women Lawyers and the Polk Association for Women Lawyers. In 2018, Shannon was appointed to The Florida Bar’s Standing Committee on Professionalism, which is dedicated to promoting professionalism in the practice of law throughout the state. In 2019, Shannon was appointed to The Florida Bar’s Standing Committee on the Rules of Judicial Administration Committee, which carries out the mandate of Rule 2.140, Florida Rules of Judicial Administration, by coordinating and proposing new and modified rules of court procedure.
Shannon is a dedicated wife and a mother of one, and in her spare time she enjoys drinking good coffee, traveling, and spending time with her family.
Shannon is licensed to practice law in all Florida state courts.