Following law school, Conor began his practice at a boutique law firm in San Francisco where he developed his strong client relations and litigations skills. Thereafter he moved into a large national law firm where he handled a heavy caseload and worked on one of the general litigation trial teams. In 2011, Conor decided to open his own practice to represent individuals who needed an advocate. Using technology and efficient organization, Conor can zealously advocate for his clients on a scale that competes with the larger firms in San Francisco.
His offices are located in the Financial District in the Russ Building at 235 Montgomery, Suite 440.
He has represented clients that suffered injuries from: automobile accidents, falls, elevator and escalator incidents, defective construction products, bicycle accidents, motorcycle accidents, assaults, and harassment by teachers or other authority figures.
He has represented employees in the following cases: wage and hour, meal and rest break, harassment, discrimination, and wrongful termination. In addition, Conor has worked on class actions asserting these claims for large groups of workers. For more information on the current case of Ghazi v. Uber, please [click here].
He has represented tenants in the following cases: wrongful eviction, constructive eviction, mold and water intrusion, owner move-ins, and tenant buyouts.
- Admitted to Practice: California State Bar; Northern District of California; Eastern District of California.
- San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association (SFTLA)
- American Association of Justice (AAJ)
- Volunteer Legal Services Program (Bar Association of San Francisco)
- Homeless Advocacy Project
- Provides pro bono representation to individuals during eviction proceedings and provides legal advice to indigent and homeless citizens of San Francisco.
- California State University, Chico
- Indiana University School of Law in Bloomington, Indiana