Conrad Meyer IV
Conrad Meyer IV has over forty years of experience in the areas of corporate
and business law, probate, real estate, banking, trust work and estate
planning, and is board certified in estate planning and administration.
He is also experienced in business litigation and transactional maritime matters.
He has served as a Director of the New Orleans Board of Trade, the Central
Area Committee Chairman of the New Orleans Chamber of Commerce, a member
of the Board of Commissioners of the New Orleans City Park Improvement
Association and a member of the Board of Regents of the American College
of Mortgage Attorneys. He is a past president of the Tulane University
"T" Club and the New Orleans Chapter of the National Football
Foundation. Mr. Meyer was President of the Nokia Sugar Bowl in 2004 in
which LSU defeated Oklahoma to win the National Championship.
As a lecturer, Mr. Meyer has spoken for the National Business Institute
on Louisiana Real Estate Practice and Procedures, numerous Continuing
Legal Education Seminars for the Jefferson Board of Realtors, Louisiana
Realtors Association, Louisiana Land Title Association, the Society of
Financial Service Professionals and the Times-Picayune Money-Watch. He
frequently speaks to various industry groups on topics of general business
law, estate tax matters, ad valorem taxes, probate matters and estate planning.
Mr. Meyer is a member of the New Orleans and Louisiana State Bar Associations
and is admitted to practice before all state courts in Louisiana, the
United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, the
United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and the United States
He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Tulane University in 1966
where he was a football letterman from 1963-1965 and was a member of the
SEC All Academic Team in 1964 and 1965. He earned his Juris Doctorate
from Tulane 1969, where he served on the Law Review's Board of Editors
for two years. He returned to Tulane in 1981 to receive his L.L.M. in