Angela Shewan Jones Waldo Associate

Angie Shewan


Angie focuses on complex commercial litigation, including general business disputes, contract disputes, real property, intellection property, trade secrets, and copyright issues. She has experience in employment law, including union labor law and employer-provided benefits and insurance.

Angie has worked in both federal and state appellate courts, giving her extensive insider experience in appellate litigation and advocacy.

Prior to law school, Angie worked as an administrator in higher education at the University of Utah and the University of Michigan. She served as a student conduct hearing officer, and is well-versed in First Amendment issues, due process concerns, Title IX, and administrative agency processes.  Angie also worked with underrepresented students in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields, collaborating with businesses and community partners to recruit and retain students in the field.


Jones Waldo Holbrook & McDonough, Associate, Utah Supreme Court, Judicial Law Clerk to Chief Justice Matthew B. Durrant, 10th Circuit, Judicial Intern to Judge Scott M. Matheson, Jr., University of Utah, Office of General Counsel, Law Clerk, University of Michigan, Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Residence Program, Associate Director, University of Utah, Housing & Residential Education, Assistant Director, Residential Education Coordinator

Education & Admissions


University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, J.D.

  • College Award for 3rd Highest GPA
  • Executive Symposium Editor
  • CALI Award in Health Law, Federal Indian Law, and Administrative Law

Grand Valley State University (Michigan), M.Ed.

Colorado State University, B.S. in Psychology

Bar Admittance

Utah, 2019

Professional Affiliations

Professional Honors & Activities

  • Litigation Section—Utah Bar
  • Women Lawyers—Utah Bar
  • Young Lawyers Division—Utah Bar
  • Salt Lake County—Utah Bar


  • University of Michigan, Distinguished Diversity Leader Award