Andrew M. Connor
Andrew is the founder of Connor Law and focuses his practice on consumer law and construction defect cases. His consumer clients include victims of timeshare scams, solar panel fraud, and other unfair trade practices. He also represents individual homeowners and property associations in cases involving construction defects.
Prior to starting Connor Law, Andrew was a partner at a nationally-ranked corporate defense firm — the largest law firm based in South Carolina. During that time, he defended large corporations in complex litigation including class actions, consumer claims, and construction defect litigation. Now, Andrew uses that experience to represent individual consumers and homeowners and protect their interests in the face of bad corporate conduct and defective construction.
Andrew is a respected member of the bar having received an AV Preeminent® Peer Review rating from Martindale-Hubbell. He was elected by the Charleston County Bar Association to serve on its Executive Committee from 2019-2021, as its Secretary Treasurer from 2021-2022, as its President-Elect from 2022-2023, and as its President from 2023-2024. He has authored a number of published articles and given educational presentations on varying legal issues.
Outside of his professional activities, Andrew is also involved in the community. Along with his family, he attends Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Charleston, South Carolina. He has been a volunteer member of the Charleston County Procurement Appeals Board (2017-2026). He has also served on the Charleston Stage Board of Trustees (2018-2021) and as its Board Secretary (2019-2021).
When he is not working to protect his clients’ rights or spending time with family, Andrew enjoys fishing, sports, and smoking whole hog BBQ.
- Vanderbilt University Law School, J.D.
- Cecil D. Branstetter Litigation & Dispute Resolution Program
- Mock Trial Board
- University of South Carolina Honors College, B.A., Philosophy
- Josiah Morse Award recognizing student excellence in the philosophy department
- Phi Beta Kappa
- What’s Left Post-Paradis: Civil Conspiracy Claims After the Demise of Special Damages, South Carolina Lawyer Magazine (January 2022)
- ‘Users’ and ‘Sophisticated Users’: Definitions and Defenses (An Analysis of Lawing v. Univar), The Defense Line (Fall 2016)
- Personal Liability for LLC Members: Defining the Limits of Limited Liability, The Defense Line (Summer 2012)
- AV Preeminent® Rating by Martindale-Hubbell
- Charleston County Bar Association
- President (2023-2024)
- President-Elect (2022-2023)
- Secretary-Treasurer (2021-2022)
- Executive Committee Member (2019-2021)
- South Carolina Bar Association
- James L. Petigru American Inn of Court
- Charleston County Procurement Appeals Board (2017-2026)
- Charleston Stage
- Secretary (2019-2021)
- Board of Trustees (2018-2021)
- South Carolina
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
- U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina
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