Overview

Shea focuses his legal practice on business litigation.  He has experience in multiple practice areas, including trade secrets, products liability, class actions, and appellate practice.  His interest in business transactions provides him with critical knowledge on matters related to business litigation for his clients.

Shea graduated from Cornell University where he earned Dean’s List honors all eight semesters.  He then graduated second in his class from the Ave Maria School of Law where he was chosen as the student commencement speaker and a member of the law review. 

Experience

In his first year of practicing law, Shea successfully negotiated a products liability settlement with a Fortune 500 company and earned relief in his first appellate case.

After law school, Shea was invited to and accepted a post-graduate term at the Holy See Mission to the United Nations in New York City. On behalf of the Holy See, Shea attended U.N. Security Council meetings that focused on global conflicts and the First Committee on Disarmament and International Security.  He also spoke on behalf of the Holy See at a gathering on the importance of educating children. 

After his first year of law school, Shea spent the summer working for Judge Douglas N. Frazier of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida in Fort Myers.  Following his second year of law school Shea spent the summer conducting legal research and drafting documents for Justice Tom Parker of the Alabama Supreme Court and the Civil Litigation Division at the Office of the Alabama Attorney General.

Professional Recognition and Activities

Memberships

  • Nashville Bar Association

Community Involvement

Shea is active in the Nashville community through Holy Family Catholic Church and the Belonging Co.

About Shea

Shea was raised in a great family in Commerce Twp., Michigan, which is in metro Detroit. Outside of the office, Shea is a longtime wrestler, enjoys sports and music, and is active in his church.

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