Connor took a non-traditional path to the legal profession. After graduating from LSU, he backpacked around Western Europe before discovering a renewed passion for New Orleans. He returned with a desire to use his talents to help people and joined TeachNOLA, where he taught middle school social studies and coached boys’ sports at a local charter school.
However, he soon learned the difficulties of trying to change a vast system from within the trenches and decided to pursue a law degree. He graduated from Loyola University College of Law with Honors, Cum Laude. While attending law school, Connor worked as a research assistant for Professor John Lovett and Professor Patrick Hugg; and he externed for the Honorable Judge Lance Africk at the US District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana.
A natural problem-solver, Connor appreciates the way personal injury law allows for the intersection of his interests in legal complexities and helping people in a tangible way. He also values the history of plaintiff’s law and how it was created specifically to provide lawyers with a way to stand up for people who had no one else to stand up for them against large companies and industries.
Connor is dedicated to serving his clients with compassion and humility, truly listening to their problems to provide not only legal solutions but also genuine support every step of the way through their recovery.
Outside of the office, Connor is an outdoors enthusiast who enjoys hunting, fishing, and long-term wilderness survival-style hiking and camping. He has a Newfoundland named Ophelia, who he loves to go with on adventures. He is also involved in various local, community initiatives and sits on the board of Be Loud Studios, a local non-profit that seeks to amplify kids’ confidence through radio and digital media production.