Carter Conboy was founded in 1920 when J. Stanley Carter and M. James Conboy became partners in the practice of law. Since then, our practice has diversified and expanded significantly to meet the needs of a growing client base and today's challenges. We currently assist thousands of businesses, government entitities and individuals with a wide variety of legal matters, and appear regularly in state and federal courts. Our purpose, however, remains essentially unchanged from when we began: to provide excellent legal services to our clients.
In representing our clients, we embrace, and are guided by the following key principles:
We understand the role relationships can play to the success or failure of our clients' legal matters and we undertake to maximize the values of these relationships for ours clients' benefit.
We provide value to our clients by working to understand all of the facts and issues which are important to client matters, not just the transparent ones.
We live and do business in a contentious and litigious society. Fortunately, our attorneys are as experienced and accomplished in the courtroom as they are at the closing table. Our transactional clients can be confident that their interests will be protected should litigation occur, and our litigation clients can be assured that their trial attorney understands how a deal is made.
Additionally, Carter Conboy is committed to diversity, striving to reruit, retain, and advance individuals of all backgrounds so that our workforce reflects the diversity of our clients and our communities. We are proud that our firm is comprised of attorneys and staff who bring different perspectives and experiences to the firm. Carter Conby believes that promoting diversity makes us a more collegial and competitive firm in the marketplace. Our commitment to diversity applies not only to the growth and development of our firm, but also to our selection of business partners and vendors. Carter Conboy provides equal opportunity employment and advancement opportunities regardless of race, color, gender, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, or disability.