Mr. Conn is a post-bar law clerk with the Kaludi Insdorf Law Group. Prior to working with the Kaludi Insdorf Law Group, Mr. Conn was a Life Skills Coach for Adjudicated Youth at Safe Passages, a non-profit organization in Oakland, CA. Mr. Conn also previously clerked at the Marin County Public Defender, and the Alameda County Public Defender, where he argued motions, cross-examined police officers, and aggressively defended his clients in court. At the California State Public Defender, he worked on a Habeas Corpus appeal for a client on death row. He is bilingual in English and Spanish.
Mr. Conn graduated from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law and served as the Political Co-Chair of the La Raza Law Student’s Association, was on the Submissions Committee of the Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal, and was a Teaching Assistant for a criminal law class. He also earned several scholarships, including one for the San Francisco La Raza Lawyers Association.
Prior to law school, Mr. Conn worked in civil litigation as a legal assistant and as a courier for Federal Express. As an undergraduate, he lettered in football and track (100 and 200 meter) at West Los Angeles Community College where he was the Student-Athlete of the Year. Mr. Conn graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles with a B.A. in Psychology. During his time at UCLA, he worked as a Research Assistant in multiple psycho-educational research labs, and was a member of MEChA where he was a Peer Advisor for at-risk high school students. When he’s not advocating on behalf of others or teaching “Know Your Rights” workshops to youth, Mr. Conn enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, and playing basketball.