Conor graduated magna cum laude and Order of the Coif from Cardozo School of Law. During law school, Conor worked in two year-long clinics – the Immigration Justice Clinic and the Criminal Defense Clinic. Additionally, Conor was director of Cardozo’s chapter of the Immigration Court Observation Project. Conor spent his summer internships at The Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project in Arizona and the Legal Aid Society’s Immigration Law Unit in New York City. Prior to law school, Conor lived and volunteered for a year in Duran, Ecuador and worked for almost three years as an Investigator at The Bronx Defenders. Conor received his undergraduate degree from Colby College, graduating magna cum laude. He is fluent in Spanish.
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- WBAI’s On the Count: Immigration and Detention Post-Obama Executive Order
- Sixteen Bronx Defenders staff members presenting as panelists at the 2014 National Legal Aid & Defender Association Conference
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- NPR News: New Pilot Program Gives Immigrant Detainees Public Defenders
- The Bronx Defenders co-sponsors 2013 Dream Day Clinic organized by Congressman Charles Rangel