Conrad is a Partner in the corporate practice and head of the Real Estate and Infrastructure sector at Osborne Clarke.

His work includes acting on domestic flotations, public and private equity fundraisings, private acquisitions and disposals, restructurings and complex joint ventures and partnership arrangements. He has a particular focus on advising on transactions involving real estate and infrastructure assets and portfolios. He also has significant experience of work in the digital business sector.

Before qualifying as a lawyer in 2002, Conrad spent five years working in business. He joined Osborne Clarke in 2004 from the London office of US law firm Jones Day and has been a Partner since 2011.

Conrad has co-authored “Keep your eyes peeled: Parties entering into joint venture agreements should do so with care since pitfalls lie in wait along the way” for Estates Gazette (April 16, 2011) and is a regular speaker on matters involving corporate law in the real estate sector.