Judge Conits is a native of Lexington County, South Carolina, where she graduated from the Lexington County public schools. She attended Lander University in Greenwood and was a member of the Lander College Women’s Basketball team. She completed her Bachelor of Science degree at the University of South Carolina in 1987. After college, she worked for two years as a legal assistant in Columbia. In 1992 Judge Conits graduated from the University of South Carolina School of Law.
After law school, Judge Conits worked as an associate attorney for King & Vernon, P.A., Columbia, South Carolina, where she practiced until December 1996. Her family relocated to Greenville, South Carolina in January 1997, and she joined Wilkins & Madden, P.A. as an associate attorney, becoming partner in that firm in March 2000. In February 2006, Judge Conits was elected to the South Carolina Family Court bench and sits in Greenville County.
As a practicing attorney, Judge Conits was rated “AV” by Martindale-Hubbell. She was admitted to practice in the State and Federal Courts in South Carolina and before the United States Supreme Court. She is an active member of the South Carolina Bar, where she served on the Family Court Task Force and the Family Law Council. She served on the Editorial Board of Marital Litigation in South Carolina Third Edition. Judge Conits has served as a speaker and instructor for continuing legal education seminars for both the South Carolina Bar and the South Carolina Trial Lawyers. She has served as a judge for the South Atlantic Mock Trial Tournament and the South Carolina Bar Mock Trial Competition.
Judge Conits is married to Spero John Conits of Greenville, South Carolina. She has two children, a son, Capers Brooks Williamson, and a daughter, Heather Elizabeth Conits.