Gevurtz Menashe

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Portland attorney and Gevurtz Menashe Associate Shannon L. Hall

Shannon L. Hall

For Shannon, helping clients into the next chapter of their future gives her a great sense of satisfaction. There’s never a dull moment in family law, and with the ever-changing industry developments and legal issues to navigate, she continues to stay challenged and advocates for her clients. Family law deals with most every aspect of a person’s life – and believing she’s helped guide clients into the next chapter in their lives is truly the best part of the process. Those who work with Shannon describe her as caring, ambitious, and a true team player. At the end of the day, for Shannon it is all about the relief her clients feel when they get to hand over the reigns and the worry of their case.

As a busy mom of two, Shannon’s life is full-time family! When she’s not advocating for her clients, you can find her riding bikes with her kids and caught up in several craft projects with her daughter. She is a true believer that life is short—and really what you make of it, living her life by Henry David Thoreau’s advice: “ go confidently in the direction of your dreams and live the life you have imagined.” 

(503) 227-1515

"Simply put, family law is the art and science of people. It’s about applying personal, practical solutions to highly-complex problems."


  • Bachelor of Science in Business Management, University of Phoenix, 2006
  • Juris Doctorate, WIllamette University College of Law, 2010
  • Basic Mediation Training, University of Oregon College of Law, 2014


  • Multnomah Bar Association Judicial Screening Committee
  • Member, Oregon State Bar
  • Member, Multnomah County Bar
  • Prior Chair, Family Law Section of the Lane County Bar Association 


  • Board Member, Oregon Lawyers Against Hunger

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