James S. Conner
James S. Conner has been licensed to practice before the Louisiana Bar and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana since 1968. He obtained degrees in Business and Law from Loyola University in New Orleans, Louisiana before entering the U.S. Navy. He is a former member of the United States Navy Judge Advocate General Corp.
Starting in 1985, Mr. Conner dedicated his law practice exclusively to Social Security Disability cases. Since then, he has represented hundreds of clients in their disability cases. He is a sustaining member of NOSSCR, the National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representatives.
Eva Deano Conner
Eva Conner is an attorney licensed in Louisiana, all of Louisiana's federal courts, and the Federal Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. She graduated from LSU with a BA in History in 2010 and graduated from LSU Law School in 2013. She was a member of the LSU Law Review and with a published articule in the field of First Amendment law. After working for three years in civil litigation, Eva began working solely in the field of Social Security disability in 2016.
Grant Freeman is an attorney licensed in Louisiana, all of Louisiana's federal courts, and the Federal Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. He graduated from LSU with a BS in Biology in 2010 and graduated from LSU Law School in 2013. After graduation, Grant began working at Pecoraro Law in Lafayette, Louisiana handling a wide range of cases, including immigration, general civil litigation, educational law, and federal court litigation, especially railroad defense. In 2018, Grant moved to Mandeville, Louisiana and also began practicing in the field of Social Security law.
Kiersten Pritchett is a disability advocate who earned NAEDP status with the Social Security Administration in 2015 and is a member of the National Association of Disability Representatives. Kiersten is a loving mother of two beautiful daughters and a precious granddaughter. She is proud to be able to help people through her career as a disability advocate. Kiersten started working at The Law Office of James S. Conner in 2011 and is devoted solely to assisting clients with Social Security Disability and SSI applications and appeals.
Brian Henly is a disability advocate who earned NAEDP status with the Social Security Administration in 2015. Brian is a graduate of Southeastern Louisiana University and a member of the National Association of Disability Representatives. Brian is a native of Mandeville, LA who has always loved helping people to the best of his ability. He is proud to be able to continue helping people through his career as a disability advocate. Brian is devoted solely to assisting clients with Social Security Disability and SSI applications and appeals.
Gerald Blancher began working at the Law Offices of James S. Conner in 2018. He answers the phone, handles administrative tasks, and works hard every day to help make your case go smoothly. He is a native of New Orleans, Louisiana. He now lives in Mandeville, Louisiana with his cats, whom he loves dearly.