The Regan Law Firm, PLLC
Conor is an attorney, a veteran of the United States Army, a husband, a father, a marathon runner, and an avid fisherman. After graduating from Mary Washington College in Fredericksburg, Virginia, Conor enlisted in the United States Army's 18X - Special Forces Recruit Program. After completing infantry basic training and airborne training at Fort Benning, Conor successfully completed the United States Army Special Forces Assessment and Selection Course held at Fort Bragg. This accomplishment earned him the privilege of attending the United States Army Special Forces Qualification Course. After completing his nearly two years of training, Conor earned his Green Beret and was assigned to the Third Special Forces Group (Airborne) and stationed at Fort Bragg. Conor deployed twice in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
Following his service, Conor attended Campbell University's Norman A. Wiggins School of Law, from which he graduated in the top five percent of his class. During his time at Campbell Law, Conor worked as a research assistant to Professor Richard A. Lord as part of his work on Williston on Contracts, a leading treatise on the law of contracts. Conor also worked as a teaching assistant in the school's Legal Research and Writing Department, which allowed him to assist first-year law students in learning the art and science of legal writing. Conor's busy three years also included externships in the chambers of North Carolina Court of Appeals Judge Sanford Steelman as well as in the corporate legal department of GlaxoSmithKline in Research Triangle Park.
Following law school, Conor moved to Wilmington, where he spent nearly five years working in the Wilmington office of a large, multi-state law firm before founding The Regan Law Firm. His practice focuses on helping clients navigate complex litigation, including medical malpractice, business litigation, serious personal injury, wrongful death, and other civil litigation.
Conor is a parishioner of St. Mark Catholic Church and served on the St. Mark Catholic School Advisory Committee. Conor is also a graduate of Leadership Wilmington, a year-long program run by the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce designed to help give future leaders a better understanding of the greater Wilmington community.
Conor and his wife, Eileen, have been married for over fifteen years and are the proud parents of two boys.