Place of birth: Houston, Texas
Texas A&M University - B.S., 2016
Texas A&M University School of Law - J.D., 2019
Texas Bar Association
Connor White graduated from Texas A&M University in the spring of 2016. There he obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology with a Minor in Economics. Mr. White went directly from Texas A&M University to Texas A&M University School of Law in Fort Worth, Texas, where he focused on estate planning and probate law, participated in the estate planning and probate clinic, and interned for the Tarrant County Probate Courts and a boutique law firm specializing in estate planning and probate law.
Mr. White received his law degree in May 2019 and began practicing estate planning, probate law, and business entity formation with a small boutique firm in Dallas, Texas. Mr. White then dabbled in commercial real estate as an escrow officer before moving back to his hometown of Houston, Texas.
Mr. White joined Sullins, Johnston, Rohrbach & Magers as an associate attorney in May of 2023. His practice includes the protection and assertion of clients’ rights and interests arising under the Texas Hospital Lien Statute.
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