Conrad is an IP/Tech Transactions and Privacy lawyer.
He works closely with engineers and in-house legal teams to commercialize, protect, and ensure that the most cutting edge ideas and technologies are rolled out lawfully and efficiently.
He attended law school at McGill University, where he graduated with a medal and was an editor on the Law Review. He has advised clients in the transportation, retail, government, and emerging technology sectors, and has previously worked at two leading corporate law firms.
He has authored thought leadership pieces in peer reviewed journals, including the Canadian Journal of Law and Technology and Defense Counsel Journal. He also has experience as a tech entrepreneur and founder, including with North America’s most reputable start-up accelerators.
- Ontario~Canada (2020)
- McGill University (JD & BCL, Graduation Medal and Law Review) (2018)
- McGill University (MSc) (2014)
- McGill University (BA) (2013)
- Author, "Technology, the Changing Nature of Disputes, and Equitable Principles in Canadian Contract Law" 17 Can J L & Tech 144, 2019
- Author, "Moving Beyond Uberrima Fides? The General Duty of Honesty in Contractual Performance and Punitive Damages," Defense Counsel Journal, 2019