Conrad Meyer, IV was born and raised in New Orleans, and has lived in the New Orleans area his entire life. His wife and three grown children all live in New Orleans, close to each other. He attended Tulane University where he received his undergraduate degree, law degree, and Masters of Law degree in admiralty. 

He was a football letterman from 1962-1965 at Tulane, and was a first team selection for the SEC All Academic Team in 1964 and 1965. He served as an assistant football coach for one year at Tulane in 1966.

Conrad has specialized in corporate, probate, real estate, banking and trust work, estate planning, and general business counseling since 1969. Member: The Best Lawyers in America and Louisiana Super Lawyers.

About Us


 Safeguarding Investment Assets - Life Insurance and Related Products 2004.

Louisiana Forced Heirship - The Marital Portion - Will It Attack Retirement Benefits 2001.

Louisiana Ad Valorem Taxes 2004 - "Year of Review" 2004.

"The Future of the Federal Estate Tax" 2004.

Estate Planning Tips and Techniques 2004.

The Americans With Disabilities Act.

Alcohol and Vessels Do Not Mix - Workboat Magazine 2002.

When a Vessel Goes Foreign - Workboat Magazine 2001.

The Construction Reserve Fund - Workboat Magazine 2000.

Products Liability - Manufacturer's and Seller's Duty," 42 Tulane Law Review 430, 1968.

Donations - Delivery of Check is Incomplete Gift," 42 Tulane Law Review 669, 1968.

Survival of Actions in Article 2315 of the Louisiana Civil Code," 43 Tulane Law Review 330, 1969.

"French and Spanish Influences on the Louisiana Civil Code," February, 2005.

Civic Involvement:

 Member and Past-President of the Allstate Sugar Bowl Committee.

Past-President of the Tulane AlumniT-Club. 

President of the Jesuit High School Alumni Association. 

President of the Sacred Heart Athletic Club.

Noteworthy Experience:

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 also the New Orleans Chapter of the National Football Foundation. 

Mr. Meyer was President of the Sugar Bowl in 2004, in which LSU defeated Oklahoma to win the National Championship. 

He has represented clients in the entire State of Louisiana, and in 1979, closed the largest Title XI ship financing bond ever closed in the State of Louisiana for the construction of a trailing suction hopper dredge.