Founder Connor Olson understands that most of his clients come to him at a hard time in their lives when paying for an attorney is not possible. Connor takes great pride in being able to serve these clients on a contingency basis, meaning that they are not charged any upfront fees, and more often than not, Connor is able to advance all litigation costs. By doing this, Connor places his clients on equal footing with their much larger employers and other defendants who are able to spend tens of thousands – if not hundreds of thousands – of dollars on their big firm legal defenses.
Board and Community Involvement
Connor is an active board member with Sacramento County Bar Association (2019-2022) where he is currently treasurer. Connor also serves in leadership roles with the SCBA's Barristers' Club of Sacramento (2015-2022) and the SCBA's Solo/Small Practice Division (2018-2022). Connor also serves a board member of the Asian/Pacific Bar Association of Sacramento (2019-2022) where is currently treasurer.
Connor is also an active board member and the secretary of Project Lifelong, a Sacramento based nonprofit that engages local youth through experiential-based programming including skateboarding and other outdoor activities.
Downey Brand, LLP 2012 - 2015
Stoel Rives, LLP 2015 - 2016
Sonoma State University - 2010
Santa Clara University School of Law - 2013
Over the last several years, Connor has been recognized in Sacramento Magazine's Top Lawyers List, Sacramento Business Journal's Best of the Bar, Super Lawyers' Rising Stars of Northern California, and Expertise.com's Top 19 Employment Attorneys in Sacramento.
Connor was born and raised in rural Sonoma County, California where he attended public schools. Growing up, Connor participated in 4H and was surrounded by cats, dogs, sheep, horses, cows, emus, and burrows. Connor played various sports when he was younger and continues to be an avid tennis player.
After attending high school in Santa Rosa, Connor went to Sonoma State University where he played on the school's tennis team and was ranked among the top singles players in the nation. Connor then went to Santa Clara University School of Law where, after his second year, he was offered a position at Sacramento's largest law firm.
After several years of defending some of the largest corporations in the world, Connor began practicing on his own in 2016. Relying on his past "Big Firm" experience, deep understanding of the law, and competitive spirit, Connor has achieved positive results for individuals throughout California.