Conor Slocum

Conor Slocum grew up in Fort Wayne, Indiana and attended Indiana University- Purdue University at Fort Wayne, where he received his bachelor degree and majored in political science, history, and English. After graduating college, Conor attended Indiana University Maurer School Law. During law school, Conor clerked two summers with one of the founding partners of Bonahoom & Bobilya, Dan Bobilya, at Bobilya & Reidy, LLC. Conor joined Bonahoom & Bobilya, LLC as an associate in January 2014.

Conor assists clients on a wide range of issues. He practices in the areas of civil litigation, commercial law, real estate, family law and appellate law. He regularly participates in all phases of litigation, has conducted numerous bench trials, and successfully argued before the Indiana Court of Appeal

Conor also serves as general counsel for multiple small businesses and nonprofits.
While many of our clients are sophisticated entities that are familiar with the legal system, Conor truly enjoys helping small businesses, with less experience with the law, find unique solutions to their legal issues. Having the opportunity to assist clients is what motivates Conor and he enjoys working in a collaborative environment with a team of lawyers all working towards the same goal of helping address our clients’ needs.
Outside of work Conor enjoys spending time with his wife Sarah, son Riley, and daughter Evelyn. Conor also enjoys golf, watching sports, and traveling with his family.

Practice Areas

  • General Counsel
  • Complex Civil Litigation
  • Business Sales and Acquisitions
  • Contract Negotiating and Drafting
  • Real Estate Transactions
  • Business Litigation
  • Creditors’ Rights
  • Appellate Law
  • Family Law


  • Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, B.A., with Distinction, Political Science, History, and English (2008)
  • Indiana University Maurer School of Law, J.D., cum laude (2011)

Representative Matters

  • Real Estate Sales and Leases
  • Complex Breach of Contract
  • Will Contests
  • Guardianships
  • Commercial Fraud
  • Breach of Fiduciary Duties
  • Shareholder Disputes
  • Products Liability
  • Non-compete Litigation
  • Commercial Collections