Connor Inlow is an associate attorney in TLD Law’s Long Beach office. Mr. Inlow advises clients on an array of transactional legal matters including real estate transactions, mergers & acquisitions, and general corporate transactional work such as lease reviews, corporate compliance, and buy-sell agreements. His experience also extends to probate and real estate litigation.
Having served as a law clerk in several highly reputable firms since 2019, Mr. Inlow has in-depth experience with case management from intake through discovery, drafting a range of motions and agreements. On the trust and estates side, he regularly analyzes trusts and wills, drafts petitions, and supplements for filings in probate court.
Mr. Inlow’s previous experiences and dedication to his practice prepares him to successfully represent and defend his clients. While in college, Mr. Inlow served as a legal intern at the Victims Impact Program (VIP) in the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office, where he honed his legal research and writing skills. In this role he also examined large quantities of evidence before briefing prosecutors, giving him a decisive eye for detail and a deep understanding of the legal system.
Mr. Inlow obtained his B.A. in Communication Policy and Law, cum laude, at the University of Southern California. A USC NCAA Division I athlete for four years, he was Team Captain of the volleyball team and a Committee Member of the USC Volleyball Community Outreach organization. During this time Mr. Inlow also served as the Executive Board Member of the Trojan Athletic Senate. In 2016, 2017, and 2018, he received the Mark’s Scholar Athlete scholarship, and upon graduation, he was named a Steven’s Scholar, as an athlete with a cumulative GPA of over 3.5.
While attending LMU Loyola Law School with a concentration in Corporate Law and a dual degree M.B.A., he served as a member of the Business Law Society, maintained employment as a law clerk, and graduated with 3.61 and 3.90 cumulative GPAs, respectively. He excelled in Income Taxation, where he received First Honors, the highest grade in the class.