Conner J. Voegel
Associate , Evansville IN
Conner is an Associate at Stoll Keenon Ogden’s Evansville office. He joined the firm in 2022 and contributes to practice groups focusing on trust and estates, business services, real estate, and government relations.
A lifelong Indiana resident, Conner spent his summers in law school as a summer Associate at SKO. While pursuing his undergraduate degree, he worked at the Economic Development Coalition of Southwest Indiana (now E-REP), where he gained experience in both the public and private sectors of the business world. Conner has also served as the Executive Notes Editor for the Indiana Health Law Review, gaining extensive experience in legal research, writing, and editing.
Business Services: Conner assists clients with a variety of business needs, such as drafting and negotiating commercial contracts and business organization documents.
Trusts & Estates: Conner and other SKO attorneys use their skills to help individuals and families navigate through the estate planning process to ensure that their assets are smoothly transferred and other needs are met.
Real Estate: Conner and the SKO team advise clients on real estate matters including the acquisition, development, and financing of commercial real estate.
Government Relations: You can rely on Conner and the experienced attorneys at SKO to guide your interactions with a range of government bodies, including states, cities, counties, zoning boards, stormwater boards, historic preservation districts, redevelopment commissions, and more.
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Indiana
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Indiana
Professional & Community Activities
Center for At Risk Elder, Inc., Certified Legal Intern, 2022
Executive Notes Editor, Indiana Health Law Review, 2021 – 2022
Corporate and Commercial Law Graduate Certificate, Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, 2022
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