Constance Mann was born in Knoxville, Tennessee. She attended Maryville, High School, where she ran track, and competed in gymnastics. Connie attended the University of Tennessee for both her undergraduate and law school degrees. Connie is a Volunteer both by genes and choice. Her father was a football star at UT in the 60's, who was mentored by General Neyland and coached by Doug Dickey. It is not surprising that she attended as many football games as possible. While in school, Connie was also on the University of Tennessee gymnastics team.
Upon graduation, Connie moved to Los Angeles, California with her husband. In LA, Connie had a successful career and litigation success. Focusing on employment law, workers compensation, and general liability, Connie represented large companies and governmental entities with great success. Some of her governmental clients included the County of Los Angeles, the City of Los Angeles, and Ventura County. Her private clients included AIG, Travelers, Ralphs (Kroger), Verizon and several Warren Buffet insurance companies. In California, Connie won over fifty trials, where she was first chair attorney. A variety of these cases are outlined in this site in the "relevant experience" section. She has argued in front of two California Appellate Courts, the California Supreme Court, and the Tennessee Court of Appeals.
When Connie's daughter was born, it was time to come home to Tennessee. With her husband and daughter, she relocated in 2010, and in 2013 opened her own firm. This firm gives the client an alternative to high rise and marble. This firm is for the client who wants experience and success without the frills and the costs associated with them.
When Connie is not furthering her client's interests, she enjoys spending time with her daughter, husband, and horses, and sometimes enjoys watching Tennessee football.