hiking opportunities abound;
a CDO interviewing event in progress; the Robert Carroll Stubbs Career Development Suite.
This spring the College of Law welcomed Shannon Trebbe as the new senior director of the
Career Development Office
. Shannon advises our students seeking post-graduate judicial clerkships and our 2Ls.
Shannon is a proud Arizona Law alumna who graduated s
umma cum laude in 2010. During law school, she was a member of
Arizona Law Review and the ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition Moot Court Team. She was also on the founding board of the
Arizona Journal of Environmental Law and Policy.
After law school, Shannon worked as a clerk for the Honorable Daniel A. Barker (now retired) at Division 1 of the Arizona Court of Appeals and then as an appellate attorney in the Phoenix office of Steptoe & Johnson LLP.
Shannon draws on her experience as a judicial law clerk and as a member of the hiring committee at Steptoe to assist students in applying for post-graduate judicial clerkships and other legal positions.
Originally from Massachusetts, Shannon went to Boston University for her undergraduate studies. Shannon later fell in love with the Southwest during a visit, so when she decided to apply to law school, she took the opportunity to move here to the desert permanently.
Shannon says that she ultimately chose Arizona Law for its collegial atmosphere ... and proximity to excellent hiking opportunities!
These same qualities -- and now the opportunity to help our students along their career paths -- have drawn her back to Tucson and to Arizona Law.
Shannon is married to a fellow alumnus of the law school, and they are the proud parents of two cats, Holly and Squeaks. In her free time, Shannon enjoys hiking, rewatching Star Trek TNG and DS9, and attending Shakespeare festivals. Shannon is very excited to be back in Tucson and at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law.
Hire an Arizona Law Student or Graduate -- Fall 2017 Interviewing
Find out how to
participate in Fall 2017 interviewing
through the Arizona Law Career Development Office. The interviewing schedule begins August 4 in Los Angeles and covers several major markets throughout the West.