Shannon L. Strong - Attorney
Shannon L. Strong is an award-winning Associate Attorney at Lyttle Law Firm, PLLC. Ms. Strong currently focuses her practice on Family Law Litigation and Real Estate.
Having been licensed to practice law in Texas since 2001, Ms. Strong has extensive litigation experience involving family law and real estate law. She also has a background working with the Department of Homeland Security and Immigration Customs and Enforcement on a large Freedom of Information Act Project regarding Immigration matters.
Ms. Strong has served and continues to serve on several boards and is active in non-profit activities. Ms. Strong has served as a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) in Travis County.
Issues affecting children are near and dear to Ms. Strong. She is an experienced child custody and divorce lawyer. An Austin native, Ms. Strong attended the University of Texas where she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Government. She went on to attend St. Mary's University School of Law, where she completed her Doctor of Jurisprudence.
Ms. Strong has received multiple awards, which include the prestigious 2020 Super Lawyers award. Superlawyers recognizes no more than 2.5 percent of attorneys in the state.
In her spare time, Ms. Strong enjoys advocating for animals, most especially wild horses, being on or near any type of water body, reading biographies, intellectual debate, and spending time with her daughter, Marley. Ms. Strong is proficient in Spanish.
J.D., St. Mary's School of Law, San Antonio, Texas
B.A., University of Texas at Austin, 1999
Minors: Business Administration and Spanish
Texas Real state License, 2014
Austin Bar Association
Court Appointed Family Advocates
Family Law Section
Animal Law Section
Texas Bar Association
Austin Board of Realtors
Basics of Compliance History, Texas Water Law Conference, September 20, 2003
Local Water Planning Workshop for Municipalities and Water Supply Corporations, 2004
The Players, The Changing Face of Water Rights Conference, 2004, co-author of article and presentation
Texas Ex Parte Policies in Administrative Practice, author of article, and co-presenter, Austin Bar Association CLE
CASA of Travis County (Court Appointed Special Advocates)
Saving the School Scholarship Committee, Reagan Early College High School
Lifesavers Wild Horse Rescue, Vice President
Pegasus Equine Guardian Association ("Pega"), Treasurer
Beacon Ridge Townhomes Homeowners' Association, President (2002-2011)
Austin Pets Alive, Volunteer
Humane Society of Central Texas, Volunteer
Grace Outreach Family Church