Shannon Mandich is a partner in the Real Estate, Energy, Land Use & Environmental Practice Group in the firm's Orange County office.

Areas of Practice

Shannon represents residential and commercial developers and builders in connection with the development and sale of master-planned communities, mixed-use developments, planned unit developments, condominium projects and commercial/industrial projects. She has extensive experience preparing legal management and association documents and other real estate transactional documents, including Declarations of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs), license and easement agreements, cost-share agreements, maintenance agreements, purchase and sale agreements, disclosure statements and conveyance instruments. She advises clients in connection with the Department of Real Estate (DRE) subdivision regulatory process and other state, local and federal laws and regulations concerning the creation and operation of associations and the development and sale of property.   



"40 Under 40" Honoree, Greater Irvine Chamber of Commerce, 2020




State Bar of California

Orange County Bar Association

Building Industry Association, Orange County Chapter

Board Member, Pathways of Hope, 2021 to present

Philanthropy Chair, Building Industry Association OC NextGen Executive Committee, 2018 to 2020

Community Engagement Committee Member, HomeAid Orange County, 2021 to present



J.D., University of San Diego School of Law, 2011, cum laude; Member, San Diego Law Review, CALI Awards in Real Estate Transactions and Constitutional Law II; Faculty Honor Scholarship

B.A., University of California, Irvine, 2007, magna cum laude


  • California
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