Conrado primarily practices in commercial litigation, real property disputes, construction litigation, and landlord-tenant disputes.
Conrado was born and lived in Homestead, Florida for several years until his family relocated to Southwest Florida in 2006. Conrado attended Riverdale High School in Fort Myers, completing the International Baccalaureate (IB) program. He also played competitive soccer throughout his youth, winning a USSSA Florida State Championship.
After high school, Conrado became a Florida Gator. At UF, Conrado was involved with his fraternity and the Greek Community. During his junior year he was elected Chapter President of Delta Tau Delta fraternity.
After college, Conrado attended Florida State University College of Law, focusing on business law and civil litigation courses. During law school, Conrado clerked at Florida’s Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagering (PMW). His time at PMW gave him in-depth knowledge of Florida’s Gaming and Cardroom laws.
Post law school, Conrado became a prosecutor for the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, specifically, the Construction Industry Licensing Board in Tallahassee. He has extensive knowledge of the licensing laws in the state, the regulations of the Construction Industry Licensing Board, and Florida’s administrative laws.
In his spare time Conrado continues to play soccer and spends time at the beach. He regularly goes back to Gainesville (and sometimes Tallahassee) to see the Gators play and to reunite with old friends.