Conor Leedom is a senior associate attorney and a member of the firm’s Business Practice Group. He focuses his practice on drafting and negotiating a wide range of commercial contracts; business organization and formation; mergers and acquisitions; and real estate including sales and acquisitions, leasing and development, real estate financing, condominium establishment and governance, and land use matters. Mr. Leedom’s real estate experience includes working on transactions for retail, farm, industrial, vacant, residential, and office properties, and he has represented clients from both sides of the table, including buyers and sellers, landlords and tenants, and lenders and borrowers.
Conor has expertise in structuring transactions, and drafting and negotiating agreements, to achieve clients’ business objectives. He excels in counseling clients and spotting and resolving issues that arise throughout the course of a transaction. In 2019 alone, Conor helped bring over 30 real estate and business transactions to a successful close.
Mr. Leedom graduated summa cum laude from Thomas Jefferson School of Law. While attending law school, Mr. Leedom served as the Executive Editor of the Thomas Jefferson Law Review and co-founded the Business Law Society. In addition, Mr. Leedom concurrently earned his MBA, providing him the insight and knowledge to anticipate and understand his clients’ business needs.
Outside of work, Conor is an avid runner; music enthusiast and vinyl record collector; aspiring household chef, and dog lover.
Admitted to practice in the State Courts of Wisconsin.
EducationJ.D., summa cum laude, Thomas Jefferson School of Law
M.B.A., San Diego State University
B.S., Psychology, Colorado State University
Involvement & Recognition
- Member, Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA)
- Member, Milwaukee Young Lawyers Association (MYLA)
- Member, Waukesha County Bar Association
- Member, Waukesha County Business Alliance
- Member, State Bar of Wisconsin
- Volunteer, Wisconsin State Bar Hotline
Counseled corporation in the divestment of shares of stock in a target corporation in a merger transaction involving the negotiation of the termination of a lien on the stock with an unaffiliated creditor.
Negotiated loan documents and counseled borrower client in obtaining an $18 million construction loan.