Shannon Hauth, Associate Attorney
Shannon Hauth, is the newest addition to the medical malpractice area of the firm. Shannon started out as a Biomedical Sciences major at Marist College, with plans to become a Physician’s Assistant, prior to switching her major to law. She graduated Cum Laude with a B.S. in criminal justice and a minor in psychology. Shannon has always had an interest in both law and medicine and medical malpractice law is the perfect way to combine her passion for both.
While pursuing her undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice, Shannon interned at the US Marshals Service, the Dutchess County Public Defender’s Office, and the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, which is where Shannon solidified her decision to go to law school. It was important to Shannon to have a well-rounded practical education from different perspectives of the law prior to finalizing her decision to attend law school.
Shannon graduated from Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center with Honors in 2020. During her tenure at Touro, Shannon was a judicial intern in the Integrated Domestic Violence Court in Nassau County. She also interned with Suffolk County Legal Aid Society: Children’s Law Bureau. Shannon enjoyed being a member of Touro Law’s Moot Court Honors Board and held the position of Recruitment Editor during her 3L year. Upon graduation, Shannon earned the award for Exemplary Dedication and Service to the Law Center for Exceptional Contributions to the Moot Court Honors Board of Advocates. Shannon believes that a combination of strong oral and written advocacy combined with a passion to succeed for her clients are the attributes of a great attorney.
Born and raised on Long Island, Shannon loves spending time on the water boating with her family. She equally enjoys spending time skiing the northeast during the winter. In her free time she enjoys being outdoors, staying active and spending time with family, friends, and her dog, Bogey.