Shani Phillips is Counsel with Parlatore Law Group and focuses her practice on Cannabis Law, Corporate Law, and Property Law.
Ms. Phillips’s passion and legal interests include individual privacy rights, where she works to provide people with confidential property ownership. She has experience advocating for issues pertaining to veterans’ rights, disability rights, and refugee rights. She was recognized for her research on Colorado guardianship laws, identifying gaps in the laws that negatively impact adults with mild to moderate cognitive impairments, and drafting model legislation to narrow that gap.
Outside of practicing law, Ms. Phillips spends her time hiking, skiing, traveling, cooking, and gardening. She is conversational in German and French and has functional capabilities in Spanish and Arabic. Additionally, she is the founder of a bread company in Colorado, a company she formed and managed all startup aspects, marketing, and operations for.
In addition to her legal and small business focus, Ms. Phillips has proven she is committed to a life of service, bringing a wide breadth of life experiences to her practice of law. She is a veteran of the United States Army Special Operations, where she deployed multiple times in support of the Global War on Terror. Additionally, she worked as a wildland firefighter in northern California while pursuing her undergraduate degree.
She is admitted to practice in Colorado and North Carolina.
She currently lives in North Carolina.
University of Denver, Sturm College of Law, Class of 2021
Fayetteville State University, Graduate Certificate in Project Management
Columbia College, Bachelor of Arts - General Studies
California Department of Forestry - Wildland Firefighter Course