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Practice Areas

Federal/State Workers’ Compensation
Healthcare Law
Personal/Commercial Property & Casualty Litigation

Carl T. Conrad


Attorney Brief

Mr. Conrad is a partner in the firm’s Mandeville office. His practice consists primarily of medical malpractice, general casualty, workers’ compensation and defense litigation. He has been a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association since 1991.


Mr. Conrad attended U.C. Berkeley, majoring in rhetoric, from 1983 to 1985 before transferring to Tulane University, where he graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in language, writing and rhetoric in 1987. Thereafter, he attended Loyola University New Orleans School of Law. During his senior year of law school, Mr. Conrad took a fall semester internship in the Municipal Prosecutor’s Office in Anchorage, Alaska, prosecuting DWI, prostitution, shoplifting, domestic battery, and suspended driver’s license offenders. He graduated law school in 1990 and was licensed to practice law by the Louisiana Supreme Court in 1991.


Upon graduation from law school, Mr. Conrad served as a law clerk on the personal staff of Chief Judge Morris A. Lottinger, Jr. (Ret.), of the Louisiana First Circuit Court of Appeal. Upon completion of his clerkship, he then engaged in plaintiff appellate, medical malpractice and civil rights (employment discrimination and excessive use of police force) litigation with J. Minos Simon in Lafayette, Louisiana. Since 1995, he has been exclusively engaged in defense litigation in the areas of physician and hospital medical malpractice, appellate practice, workers’ compensation defense and complex property litigation, including partition actions and mold-damage claims. He joined Blue Williams’ Mandeville office in 2007 to continue practice in these areas.

Bars, Courts, and Professional Affiliations

Mr. Conrad is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association and is admitted to practice before all federal district courts in Louisiana. He is also a member of the 22nd JDC Bar Association. Additionally, he served as secretary of the Terrebonne Parish Bar Association from 1999 to 2000.