Connor B. Eglin
Lamar Advertising Company
Areas of Practice:
My in-house practice is a lot like that of a general practitioner. Contracts, real estate, eminent domain, employment, trademark/copyright, constitutional law, and a host of other things.
What was the turning point that made you decide to become an attorney:
Came to realization that I didn't want to be a professor while studying history in graduate school at Wake Forest.
If I had more time, I would:
Travel more for fun.
Where will you be found on a Saturday night:
At a baseball field or basketball gym watching my sons Howell or Davis play or out to dinner with my wife, Lauren.
Best thing about being a lawyer:
Getting to know and work with great people and helping them solve their problems.
"The Undoing Project" by Michael Lewis.
Mountains or Beach?
How to you begin your workday?
Read The Advocate and Washington Post.
Person I would like to have lunch with:
My wife got the culinary talent, but I'm pretty good at cleaning up.
Brushing up on my French before visiting my son, Hudson, later in the year while he is studying in Bordeaux.
Advice for law students:
Law school is great training for many things, not just practicing law in the traditional firm setting; so don't limit yourself when searching for a job.
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