Overview

Introduction

In 1933, Benjamin C. Conner and John M. Winters, Jr. gave their names to the Tulsa firm that could. The firm faced its first trial (figuratively) on only its second-day, when FDR’s executive order closing every bank in the country cost the nascent firm its major client. But the firm pushed past the odds and grew throughout World War II and the rest of the tumultuous twentieth century. Today, over 100 attorneys in offices throughout Texas, Arkansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Washington, DC represent individuals, entrepreneurs and local b...

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Total No. Attorneys (2020)

100 - 150

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No. of U.S. Offices

7

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No. of International Offices

0


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Major Office Locations

Dallas, TX


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President

Mark D Berman

About the Firm

In 1933, Benjamin C. Conner and John M. Winters, Jr. gave their names to the Tulsa firm that could. The firm faced its first trial (figuratively) on only its second-day, when FDR’s executive order closing every bank in the country cost the nascent firm its major client. But the firm pushed past the odds and grew throughout World War II and the rest of the tumultuous twentieth century. Today, over 100 attorneys in offices throughout Texas, Arkansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Washington, DC represent individuals, entrepreneurs and local businesses and multinational corporations alike in nearly 30 practice areas from American Indian Law to White Collar Criminal Defense.

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Diversity at Conner & Winters

"Medium-sized regional firms such as Conner & Winters which are located in the middle of the country are at a competitive disadvantage in recruiting minority law graduates since those who are well-qualified usually have multiple offers from firms in large cities offering substantially higher starting salaries. As a result, in addition to trying to recruit diverse candidates, our diversity program focuses on pipeline building activities in the hopes of increasing the candidate pool and in establishing relationships with minority students..."