Jeff Connell focuses his practice on cybersecurity, data privacy, information technology, business outsourcing agreements, systems integration, software as a service (SaaS) transactions, technology licensing, and other technology and commercial transactions.
Prior to joining the firm, Jeff was an associate in the Atlanta, Georgia office of an international law firm where he advised clients on technology, data security, and technology procurement issues. Earlier, Jeff was an associate in the Atlanta, Georgia office of an international law firm where he represented clients on domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, as well as cybersecurity, data privacy issues, and various information security laws.
Jeff has maintained an active pro bono practice and provided business legal services through the Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta. He has been named a Pro Bono All-Star by the Georgia Bar Journal.
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The University of Chicago Law School J.D. (2016)
Tulane University B.A. (2011) English, Minor in Business, summa cum laude
State Bar of Georgia, Member
Atlanta Bar Association, Member
Phi Beta Kappa, Member
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