Conner Porterfield is a member of the Labor and Employment Group who works with employers across Pennsylvania to address matters including workers’ compensation, discrimination, non-compete agreements and employee handbooks.
What does Conner do for Clients?
Prior to pursuing a legal career, Conner spent four years in the United States Army, where he was hand-selected by a three-star General to serve on the General’s personal communications team in Iraq. Conner leverages the problem-solving skills he obtained in the United States Army to seek creative solutions for clients.
Most recently, he served as a judicial clerk for Magistrate Judge Susan E. Schwab of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, where he handled half of her docket, drafted opinions and orders, attended conference calls and hearings, and completed other tasks to support her courtroom.
Conner, a former McNees law clerk, also interned for the Honorable Thomas J. Rueter with the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and, during law school, participated in the Rutgers Law School Expungement Project.
How does Conner spend his free time?
When he is not practicing law, Conner enjoys cooking, painting, touring local breweries, and cheering on Philadelphia sports teams.
Penn State University, B.A. in Labor and Industrial Relations
Rutgers Law School, J.D., Hunter Moot Court, Rutgers Journal of Law and Public Policy