Conor Leedom is an associate attorney and a member of the firm’s Business Practice Group. He focuses his practice on contract negotiations; business organization and formation; mergers and acquisitions; and real estate transactions including sales and acquisitions, leasing and development, and land use matters.
Prior to joining Axley, Mr. Leedom worked as a commercial contracts attorney for General Electric Healthcare where he drafted and negotiated customer agreements including customer sales contracts and contract renewals as well as advised sales and business teams on agreement structures, strategy and alternatives.
Mr. Leedom also completed a judicial internship under Magistrate Judge William V. Gallo of the United States District Court, Southern District of California. While interning, Mr. Leedom enhanced his legal research and writing skills through analyzing habeas corpus petitions, civil rights violations complaints, and challenges to Social Security benefit denials.
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.
Outside of work, Conor is an avid runner and soccer player; music enthusiast and vinyl record collector; aspiring household chef and dog lover.
EducationJ.D., summa cum laude, Thomas Jefferson School of Law
M.B.A., San Diego State University
B.S., Psychology, Colorado State University