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Forged in the Courtroom
At Connor Law, we try cases. Having tried cases throughout the Lowcountry, from Myrtle Beach to Charleston to Hilton Head, Connor Law has the knowledge and understanding to effectively represent its clients in court.
We listen to our clients in order to understand their needs. We then develop tailor-made strategies to best accomplish our clients’ desired outcomes. Throughout their journey, our clients are regularly updated as their case progresses.
AV Preeminent® is the highest peer rating standard. This is given to attorneys who are ranked at the highest level of professional excellence for their legal expertise, communication skills, and ethical standards by their peers.
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At Connor Law, we have the experience to assist clients with a broad range of legal issues. If the problems you see here sound familiar, or if you have other legal questions, contact us today to see how Connor Law can help you.
Our Client Commitment
Why choose Connor Law?
At Connor Law, we have centered our focus on our clients. While the legal process can be stressful, we compassionately guide our clients through their journey. We listen to our clients to ensure that each one is heard and understood. If our clients have questions, we are available to answer them. Our clients are informed on the progress of their case with regular updates. Every step of the way, Connor Law is committed to our clients’ best interests.
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Firm News: Andrew Connor sworn in as President of Charleston County Bar Association
Connor Law is proud to announce that founding shareholder, Andrew Connor, has been sworn in as President of the Charleston County Bar Association for 2023-2024. The ceremony took
Firm News: Connor Appointed to County Board Position
Andrew Connor reappointed to Charleston County Procurement Appeals Board.