Shannon Doyle Barna


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Shannon Barna

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Shannon Doyle Barna is an associate in the international trade practice group at King and Spalding.  Ms. Barna’s practice primarily focuses on regulatory trade compliance issues, including U.S. export controls, economic sanctions, antiboycott compliance and enforcement, national security reviews of foreign direct investment in the U.S., and anti-money laundering compliance.  She has assisted clients with developing and updating internal compliance programs, obtaining export licenses, and conducting due diligence inquiries in M&A transactions.  She also represents clients in international trade remedy proceedings.  

Ms. Barna graduated from Harvard Law School in 2011, where she served as the communications editor of the Harvard International Law Journal.  She also spent a semester as a full-time intern in the Office of the Assistant General Counsel for International Affairs at the Department of the Treasury.  She was selected to Phi Beta Kappa and graduated, magna cum laude, from Georgetown University with a B.S.F.S. in International Politics in 2008.

Recent Publications

  • Christine Savage, Mark Wasden, Jane Cohen, and Shannon Doyle, “Companies Should Proceed With Caution In Myanmar,” Law360 (April 30, 2013)

  • “Disclosing Settlement Agreements Used to Terminate Section 337 Investigations,” ITC Trial Lawyers Association 337 Reporter, Eighth Annual Summer Associate Edition, Volume XXXI (2010)
J.D., Harvard University
B.S., Georgetown University

District of Columbia
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
U.S. Court of International Trade