Connor is a problem solver by nature. Connor’s practice focuses primarily on commercial litigation and he has experience in real estate development disputes; property disputes; business contract litigation; construction litigation; and estate planning litigation among other areas. Connor employs both tried and true litigation techniques as well as new and emerging methods to blend a cost-effective service for his clients.
Prior to joining the legal profession, Connor spent more than six years in Washington, D.C., where he earned a master’s degree in international peace and conflict resolution and later worked in the international relations and development arena. His background in conflict resolution has particular relevance to the practice of law, and it has prepared him for taking on even the most challenging legal cases.
- University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law – JD (2020)
- Activities & Honors
- Alonzo W. Watson Jr. Scholar
- Wallace Stegner Center: Pakistan Water Law Project Student Research Fellow
- Law Review
- Student Director, Pro Bono Initiative, Native American Law Clinic
- American University, School of International Service, Washington, D.C. – MA, International Peace and Conflict Resolution (2012)
- Recipient of multiple research travel grants
- University of Utah – BA, History; BA, International Studies; Minor, Latin American Studies (2008)
- Dean’s List
Admissions to Practice
- Utah State Courts
- The Utah Federal District Court
- Professional proficiency in Spanish
Professional and Civic Activities
- Utah State Bar Association, Litigation Section
- Young Lawyers Section
- Organization of American States, Washington, D.C. – OAS Peace Fund Initiative (2011-2014)
- United States Agency for International Development, Washington, D.C. – Bureau of Global Health, TB Team (2014-2016)
- Organization of American States – International Elections Observer, Peru (2014, 2016).