Taylor Laumann Conner

Taylor Laumann ConnerAttorney and Counselor

Taylor Laumann Conner has been licensed to practice law in North Carolina since August 2002 and has been providing legal advice in Cabarrus County for over 12 years.


Her practice areas include the following:


  • Traffic Law:  Speeding tickets, driving while license revoked charges, and license restoration 
  • Criminal law, which includes defending clients on matters from traffic tickets, Driving While Impaired (DWI's or DUI's), misdemeanors, and felonies in both District and Superior Court.
  • DMV Restoration Hearings
  • Sports and entertainment law, including contract review
  • Juvenile law
  • Estate Planning:  Wills, Trusts, Durable Power of Attorneys, Health Care Power of Attorneys and Living Wills


Mrs. Conner is originally from Thomasville, North Carolina, where she graduated from Thomasville High School. Taylor pursued her college education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she obtained her bachelor of arts degree, double majoring in Political Science and Journalism. After completing an internship with NIKE and the WNBA, she immediately began her legal education at Campbell University's Norman A. Wiggins School of Law. During law school, Taylor worked with the intellectual property firm of Adams, Schwartz and Evans, in Charlotte, North Carolina and with the Education Section of the North Carolina Attorney General's Office in Raleigh. While in school, Taylor received the NC Academy of Trial Lawyers Advocacy Award, the Dean Willis Whichard Award and national recognition for a paper titled "Intellectual Property Issues Faced by Professional Sports Teams" which she submitted to ASCAP's Nathan Burkan Memorial Competition.


In 2002, Taylor began working with the Cabarrus County District Attorney's Office where she practiced as an Assistant District Attorney and gained invaluable trial experience involving traffic, misdemeanor crimes, domestic violence, juvenile crimes and extradition/fugitive matters. During the fall of 2004, Taylor was chosen to represent the state of North Carolina at the National Advocacy Center (NAC) in Columbia, South Carolina where she completed a week-long trial advocacy course with other District Attorneys from across the nation. At the DA's Office, Taylor managed an average caseload each day of 200-350 cases in District Court, the second-highest caseload per District Attorney in the State. Taylor also tried various types of cases in Superior Court and during her time at the DA's office, Cabarrus County lead the region with the highest rate for DWI convictions. In May 2005, Conner left the District Attorney's Office to begin her career in private practice.


Professionally, Taylor served as as a council member and newsletter editor for the Sports and Entertainment Section of the NC Bar Association from 2004-2006.  In 2007, Taylor was elected by her colleagues to serve as President of the Cabarrus County Bar Association, District 19A. Taylor is a current member of the North Carolina Bar Association, and has been a active member of  the following sections:  criminal law, sports and entertainment and currently estate planning. Other past memberships include the National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys. She has been named in the Honors Edition of Cambridge Who's Who Among Executive and Professional Women and has received the Client Distinction Award in 2015 and received the highest rating for both legal ability and ethical standards in 2016 by Lawyers.com.



In the community, Taylor has volunteered with the Boys and Girls Club of Cabarrus County and has served on the Board of Directors for the Cabarrus Teen Court and Mediation Center.


In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, playing sports, travelling, and doing artwork.  


Mrs. Conner can be reached directly at Taylor@connerlawfirm.com and by phone at 704-720-0595.


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