Connor Mannion is an associate in the firm’s Litigation Department. Prior to joining Cole Schotz, Connor clerked for the Honorable Arnold Natali. Jr., New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division, where he worked on complex criminal, administrative, and civil matters.
Connor earned his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Journalism and Media Studies from Rutgers University, and his Juris Doctor from Rutgers Law School, where he graduated cum laude and was a Merit Scholarship Award recipient. At Rutgers Law, Connor interned for Justice Barry Albin of the New Jersey Supreme Court and was the Associate Managing Editor of the Rutgers University Law Review. Connor also served as the President of the Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Society and was the Treasurer of the Student Bar Association.
Connor also was a co-founder of the Newark Housing Rights Coalition, and worked as a legal intern for the Bronx District Attorney’s Office and as a summer associate at another large New Jersey law firm. Prior to attending law school Connor worked as a paralegal at the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office.
Rutgers Law School, J.D., 2020
Employment Law March 14, 2022Randi W. Kochman, Marissa A. Mastroianni and Connor M. Mannion
Employment Law January 26, 2022Marissa A. Mastroianni and Connor M. Mannion
New Jersey Law Journal November 11, 2021Shira A. Baratz, Brendan P. Barry, Inga C. Caldwell, Connor M. Mannion, Hoda Rifai-Bashjawish and Eric T. Vissichelli
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