Connor Buchanan joined McCreary Veselka Bragg & Allen in September 2015 after graduating from Baylor University Law School. Currently, Connor’s practice focuses on ad valorem tax collection in central Texas, and includes advising clients on issues of taxation, real property, trusts, estates, local government, and litigation.
While earning his J.D., Connor served as Baylor Law School’s Student Representative to the State Bar of Texas, worked alongside several professors as a research and writing assistant, and clerked for the United States District Court in Waco. A student of the art of advocacy, Connor also coached and competed on several teams for Baylor Law’s nationally-ranked advocacy program. His clerking experience also includes an in-house counsel position for a large non-profit organization in Dallas, Texas and ligation-focused clerkships with firms in the greater Houston area. Connor also graduated from Baylor Law with the Leadership Development Scholar distinction, and believes that attorneys should strive to exemplify leadership in their communities.
Connor is originally from San Antonio, but claims Celina, Texas as the small town that raised him. He graduated summa cum laude from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in Belton, Texas, where he studied Psychology and Exercise & Sport Science.