Meghan Sullivan Conrad
Ms. Conrad’s practice focuses on local economic development with extensive representation to urban renewal agencies throughout the state on issues including structuring of private-public partnerships, government contracts, tax increment financing, litigation, appeals and governmental relations. Ms. Conrad’s practice also includes representation of a commodity promotion and research program, consumer and commercial lenders in foreclosures and collections, and she participates in insurance defense litigation. Ms. Conrad represented issuers in connection with both tax-exempt and taxable bond transactions, and has worked as special Idaho counsel on a large energy (solar) financing project.
Ms. Conrad has had the opportunity to speak at numerous conferences on the topic of urban renewal. In 2014, Ms. Conrad was recognized by the Idaho Business Review as a Leader in Law, Firm Associated: Associate. She is currently the Vice-Chair of the University of Idaho College of Law Advisory Council and is a member of State Law Resources, Inc., Idaho Women Lawyers and the Idaho Association of Defense Counsel. Ms. Conrad was raised in Boise, is married and has two young sons.
University of Idaho, J.D. 2004; Colgate University, B.A. International Relations and French, 1999.
Idaho state and federal courts.
Idaho State Bar; Idaho Association of Defense Counsel; Idaho Women Lawyers.