Marcus B. Connor

Marcus Connor graduated from Boston College, majoring in both economics and philosophy.  He then received his Juris Doctorate from Notre Dame
Law School.  During law school, Mr. Connor participated in the International Law School Program with Notre Dame and served as a clerk with Baker
McKenzie in London, England.  After graduating from law school, Mr. Connor became a Wayne County assistant prosecuting attorney.  While at the
prosecutor’s office, Mr. Connor honed his litigation skills with the majority of his time spent in the trial division, including time in both
the homicide unit and community prosecution.  After nine years, Mr. Connor left the prosecutor’s office to become a partner at Flood, Lanctot,  Conner, Stablein, PLLC.  During this time, he continued to focus on litigation, including juvenile, neglect, criminal defense, family law and
driver license restoration.  Mr. Connor then began to focus his practice primarily on family law, following his own divorce.  After going through
his own divorce and realizing the impact it had on his own life, he dedicated his  practice primarily to family law in the hopes of helping others
going through this often emotional and trying time.  In 2013, Marcus Connor branched off from Flood Law to form his own matrimonial law firm of
Connor & Connor, PLLC, specializing in family law and other specialized areas of litigation.