Angela Connor is a Senior Associate in Peckar & Abramson’s Houston office, where she focuses her practice on construction litigation, dispute resolution and contract negotiation. Known for her sound and practical legal advice, she routinely finds creative solutions to meet her clients’ business needs.
“When representing my clients, they not only have me to rely upon but also access to every lawyer in our firm which means there is not an issue we can’t solve.”
Ms. Connor represents a wide range of construction industry clients, including general contractors, owners, subcontractors, sureties and suppliers, and regularly handles complex construction-related matters involving mechanic’s liens, payment bonds, contract disputes, collections, delay claims and construction defects. She is also involved in the drafting and reviewing of contract documents and regularly performs contract risk assessment and risk management for a range of construction projects.
Having represented both plaintiffs and defendants in state court, federal court and in arbitration proceedings, Ms. Connor brings to bear a wealth of knowledge in nearly all aspects of litigation and dispute resolution. She prides herself on utilizing the most efficient and cost-effective means for resolving complex disputes.
She received her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Texas A&M University, and her law degree from South Texas College of Law Houston, where she served as Student Bar Association President and graduated cum laude.
State of Texas
State Bar of Texas (Construction Law Section)
Houston Bar Association (Construction Law Section, Governing Council)
Association of General Contractors, Houston Chapter (Membership Committee)
South Texas Young Alumni Council
Texas A&M University Association of Former Students
Texas A&M, B.B.A.
South Texas College of Law, J.D., cum laude
Texas Super Lawyers, Rising Stars, 2017-2019
The Basic Course in Texas Construction Law, Houston, Texas: Speaker, "Theories of Liability Against Architects and Engineers", December 2019
Don't Get Caught in the Gap of Coverage: Potential and Unexpected, Uninsured Losses Arising from Indemnity Obligations, March 30, 2014