Kenneth J. Conlan

Associate


Experience

As an associate in the Firm’s Real Estate practice group, Ken’s practice focuses on commercial real estate transactions including retail, office, and agricultural leases, purchase and sale agreements, and financing.  Ken also supports clients in general business transactions and events such as entity formation and governance of corporations, limited partnerships, limited liability companies, and limited liability partnerships.  Ken works with developers, investors, landlords, tenants, franchisees, franchisors, and business owners across a broad range of industries.

Prior to joining Weintraub, Ken served as a Judicial Law Clerk in the United States District Court for the District of Hawai`i and the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of California.  While clerking, Ken worked on a variety of civil litigation matters, including contracts, employment, real estate, bankruptcy, and environmental regulation.  During law school, Ken served as an extern for the California State Assembly, Committee on Revenue and Taxation, and worked for the in-house legal department at the parent company of a Central Valley home builder.

Before attending law school, Ken worked as a behavior counselor with foster youth and special-education students and volunteered as a Special Olympics swim coach on the Central Coast of California.

J.D., University of California at Davis School of Law, 2018

B.A., B.S., Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, 2013

 

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