Announcing Connors & Brenke, Attorneys at Law

  • By:Elizabeth Sagebiel

Have you noticed some differences across our platforms in the last few weeks? Big things are happening for our firm!

We’re excited to announce that Connors Law is now Connors and Brenke. In September, Andrew Connors and Rachel Brenke joined forces as managing partners to create Connors and Brenke, a boutique law firm with locations in southwest and northern Virginia offering advisement for businesses, contracts, civil litigation, and intellectual property. With twelve years of field-based experience and values rooted in faith, Andrew and Rachel strike the perfect balance of experienced attorney and compassionate advocate.

Rachel will be heading up the new Fredericksburg office as managing partner. With five successful brands, licenses to practice law in Virginia and Texas, an MBA and ten years of consulting experience with small businesses, Rachel provides a valuable range of skills to our growing firm.

Andrew is a Virginia business attorney and was formerly the principle attorney at Connors Law. As a litigator, he has represented clients in all state trial courts in Virginia, the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia, the Court of Appeals of Virginia, including the full Court of Appeals sitting en banc, and the Supreme Court of Virginia. As a former software developer and business consultant on government contracts, Andrew understands the particular needs of technology-related businesses.

Both Andrew and Rachel are looking forward to their partnership, feeling that small business and litigation clients will be better served by their broad range of skills. Together they offer 12 years of law experience, have offices in two locations across Virginia, hold six degrees, and operate in three jurisdictions.


Elizabeth Sagebiel

Elizabeth Sagebiel

Paralegal at Connors and Brenke
Beth is the firm paralegal and offers legal support to Connors and Brenke attorneys. She is clients' go-to resource for scheduling time with attorneys, case updates, and general questions. After graduating from Virginia Tech in May 2017 with a Public Relations degree, she came to work at Connors and Brenke and strives to provide concise, clear communication as the liaison between clients and attorneys.
Elizabeth Sagebiel
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