Conner Bottomly focuses on complex commercial litigation as part of Dunn Carney’s Litigation Team in Portland, Oregon. He is results driven and takes a creative and pragmatic approach to help his clients resolve their disputes efficiently. As a commercial litigation attorney, Conner represents both plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of matters, including employment, business, real estate and personal injury. He is licensed in Oregon, Washington and Montana, and practices in both state and federal court. Conner participates in every aspect of litigation, including drafting and arguing dispositive court motions, assessing legal, procedural and trial risk, and preparing for mediation, arbitration and trial.
Conner began at Dunn Carney in Portland as a Summer Associate and joined the law firm after graduating from Lewis and Clark Law School. Before joining the law firm, Conner served as a Judicial Extern to the Honorable District Judge Michael H. Simon, of the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon. Conner also brings extensive writing experience from his time as a Teaching Fellow in his law school’s Lawyering Program for first-year students, and from his time on the Editorial Board of the Lewis and Clark Law Review.
Before law school Conner worked with at-risk youth on a ranch in Montana. In his free time away from the law firm, Conner likes to play soccer, support the Portland Timbers, and backcountry ski.
US. District Court for the District of Oregon, 2019
Lewis & Clark Law School, J.D., magna cum laude, 2018
Whitman College, B.A. Philosophy & Studio Art, 2011