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“The best tactic in any dispute headed for litigation is to anticipate your opponent’s strategy. I use my insights as a litigator to guide my approach and develop the best path forward for my clients.”

Connor is a trial attorney whose practice focuses on construction and complex commercial litigation. He provides advice to his clients on drafting contracts, filing and releasing mechanic’s liens, and all stages of litigation, from origination through trial and appeal.

Prior to joining Hirschler, Connor worked for a surety-focused construction litigation firm in Richmond. Connor has acted as lead trial counsel for several jury trials in both state and federal court and as both the plaintiff’s counsel and defense counsel, giving him a perspective from both sides of the negotiating table.


Virginia Super Lawyers “Rising Star,” Construction Litigation, 2020 - 2024



Represented construction surety in eight-day federal jury trial, resulting in defense verdict.

Represented class action plaintiffs in Eighth Amendment claim against local jail.

Represented plaintiffs in several contested-liability jury trials.

Acted as local counsel in Title IX claim against a public university, resulting in the reinstatement of several sports teams.



Professional Affiliations

American Bar Association

Federal Bar Association

Virginia Bar Association

Richmond Bar Association

Greater Scott’s Addition Association

Beyond the Law

Beyond the Law

Connor is passionate about woodworking and home improvement. He always strives to have a project at home and will look for any excuse to start something new. Connor is always happy to have guests at his home, if only to have the opportunity to show off the various improvements he has built by hand. When he’s not working on a project, Connor enjoys spending time at the dog park with his wife, Sami and his goldendoodle, Ruthie.

William & Mary Law School, J.D.

  • National Trial Team
  • Moot Court
  • Order of the Barristers, 2017

College of William & Mary, M.B.A

College of William & Mary, B..A., Economics and International Relations   

  • Virginia
  • District of Columbia
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