Adjunct Professor of Law
Partner,Insolvency Practice of Bederson and Company LLP, Certified
Counsel, Law Firm of Jager Smith, in Boston
Graduate, Fordham University School of Law
Judge Conrad is a partner in the Insolvency Practice of Bederson
and Company LLP, Certified Public Accountants, and counsel to the
Law Firm of Jager Smith, in Boston MA. Judge Conrad is an Adjunct
Professor of Law and previously served as a member of the full time
faculty as a Visiting Professor for the Spring 2003 term. Judge
Conrad is a retired bankruptcy judge. He also sat by designation in
the Northern, Eastern and Southern Districts of New York, the
District of Columbia, Colorado, Maryland, ND of Indiana, Southern
Districts of California and Florida.
Judge Conrad is a graduate of Fordham University School of Law and
a Certified Public Accountant. Judge Conrad served as Treasurer of
the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges and serves as Chair of
the Business Law Subcommittee of the American Institute of
Certified Public Accountants.
Judge Conrad is sought after to lecture on and to draft the
bankruptcy laws of other nations, especially in Eastern Europe and
Asia. He is the author of Dot.coms in Bankruptcy Valuations Under
Title 11 or www.Snipehunt in the Dark.noreorg/noassets.com, 9 AM.
BANKR. INST. L. REV. 417 (2001); and the co-author of Exorcising
Executoriness: Functionalist Arguments and Incantations to Avoid
Meeting the Devil in the Woods, 1995-1996 NORTON ANN. SURV. BANKR.
L. 137; and A Critique of the Bankruptcy Court Time Study, 67 AM.
BANKR. L.J. 49 (1993), and numerous other articles. Judge Conrad is
an active domestic and international arbitrator and mediator. He
serves as an expert on bankruptcy and commercial matters.
Judge Conrad teaches Bankruptcy Procedure, Comparative
Bankruptcy Systems and Bankruptcy Accounting (with