Conor joins Athena from Charlotte, North Carolina, where he served the legal team at a Charlotte law firm. Additionally, he worked for a probate judge in the Stanley Mosk Courthouse in Los Angeles. His duties involved reviewing and summarizing documents and records for the judge, the court’s legal representatives, their associates, and their clients. Conor was also responsible for writing reports and summaries that helped serve the organizational interests and objectives of the law office and the court.
Conor received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and Political Science from Swarthmore College. While there, he helped lead the Swarthmore Baseball team to their first ever Centennial Conference Championship, while also helping lead the team to the College World Series. During his senior year, Conor received the Ernie Prudente Sportsmanship Award from Swarthmore in recognition of outstanding achievement, conduct, and demeanor on and off of the baseball diamond. In his free time, Conor enjoys reading, playing golf, and beating friends and family in card games.